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Where to start?

Vanitha Sugumaran
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I want to learn JSP, I don't know where to start, can anyone suggest good books, sites ...
Karthik Guru
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sites ,there are tonnes out there.
www.cetus-links.org. look for jsp and will tell you everything.
Even sun's web sites s'd be fine.
Book, don't even look beyond:
Web development with java server pages.
..by Duane k Fields and Mark A Kolb.
..Manning publications.
It's just too good!
kichu kichu
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Joined: May 10, 2001
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Hai vanitha,
U can start off with===>
http://www.jspin.com http://www.jspinsider.com http://www.jguru.com http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/Servlet-Tutorial/ http://jsptags.com/
U can also take an active participation in forums like==>

Hope this is of help to u.Take active participation in these forums.They have certainly worked wonders for me.
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It would be better if you start with servlets. Because without that jsp can provide with very lesser options. For servlets the books are from O'rilley and Techmedia. These are great books with a lot examples and source code. For JSP you need not to go for very illustrative book After you are through with servlets you can download jsp specifications and the jsp tutorial from the http://java.sun.com site. That is very good and updated. Please do consider the version that you are looking for. JSP0.92 doesn't support a lot of things. So go for the latest version. To run JSP you can have freely available tomcat 3.0+.

Originally posted by Vanitha Sugumaran:
I want to learn JSP, I don't know where to start, can anyone suggest good books, sites ...

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