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let me know good book for learning JSP

 
radhika madini
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Hi,
I am interested in learning JSP now..I am SCJP2.I know servlets,HTML,Javascript..please tell me which book I have to follow..
Thanks,
Radhika
 
maha anna
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Radhika,
This jspinsider training is really good! I like it. You may also find useful. Please check it out.
http://www.jspinsider.com/articles/jsp/Learning_JSP.html
regds
maha anna
 
vaibhav punekar
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Proffessional JSP by7 Wrox publication is ultimate.If you are in India it costs RS.400/.
 
vaibhav punekar
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Proffessional JSP by7 Wrox publication is ultimate.If you are in India it costs RS.400/.
 
radhika madini
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Hi,
Thanks for your information...
Radhika
 
Karthik Guru
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I have perused other books but
I w'd strongly recommend this book:
Web developent with Java server pages (from Manning)
-duane k fields et all.
It's just too good.
Core servlets and Java server pages (from SUN)
--marty hall
is also supposed to be good. But I w'd strongly recommend
the first one. Very simple, clear and concise.
karthik.

 
Adrian Yan
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In my opinion, you should learn servlet first, since JSP is based on Servlet (same API).
 
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