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Books for Servlets and JSP

 
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Can anyone suggest me good book for learning the basics of Servlets and JSP
 
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Use Head First Servlets and JSP. It is widely available in any book shops in Bangalore and as a matter of fact India!
 
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Head First seems to be a favorite book of many people. It has a pretty good rating on online book stores.

I picked up a used copy of "Servlets and JavaServer Pages" by "Jayson Falkner and Kevin Jones". It was simple and easy to navigate for me. Then I moved on to Servlet and JSP specs. This book does not cover classic custom tags in detail.
 
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