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I am novice in jsp and servlet.please suggest me some books to learn.I want to get some knowledge in servlets and jsp as well.Kindly provide me if you any klind material to study.Suggestions and help would be appreciated.
Head First Servlets & JSP is a good book to begin with Servlets/JSP, you can do a google search on servlets and jsp, you get a lot of materials/tutorials..
If you have any doubts, you can always come back and post it here.. We will try our level best to help you..
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Thanks a lot for your reply.I have downloaded the head first jsp and servlet book from google.I would like to do certification in java.could you please let me know the details, how to prepare,which books are good to do java certification.Recently i have joined as trainee.I want to improve myself in technical field(java).At present am working in java filed.Kindly suggest me.
Don't know about which certification in Java you are asking about.. But, since you tell you are a fresher, i would assume that, you want to do SCJP/OCPJP.. Then, Book by kathy Sierra and others (i don't remember the co-authors name. ) is very good book.. Also, we have a dedicated forum for the SCJP/OCPJP, you can post your questions/doubts if any..
All the best..
As people have suggested here, you can use Head First Servlets & JSP to begin. Like most other books of this series, they are fun to read, and you learn the stuff pretty well without mugging up or getting bored. I just finished that book, and it was a good experience.
For certifications, you can use SCJP Exam Guide by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. Its tailor made for the exam, because the authors are part of the team that designs the exam.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com