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Servlets n JSP , where to begin from

Muhammad Mansoor
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Joined: Nov 26, 2000
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ii want to go some working in JSP/Servlets, can any one tell me to began from where
Brett Knapik
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well for starters you should get professional java server programming from wrox press, that well get the basics down then you should get a book that deals just on jsp and one tat deals just on servlets.
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I disagree with "you should get a book that deals just on jsp and one tat deals just on servlets."
JSP is just another way of generating a servlet - once you completely understand servlets, JSP syntax is much easier to understand. Thats why my book starts with the servlet API and mixes in examples of JSP usage.
Only if you were just interested in using somebody else's JSP toolkit / tag libary without understanding how it works would a book dealing only with JSP be suitable.
Bill

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