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Can anyone recommend a good reference JSP book?

 
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I would like a reference book on JSP without JavaBeans. Just straight ASP syntax and methods. Can anyone recommend a book like this? Does one exist? Is there a weblink to a PDF?
 
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Hmm, a JSP book with ASP syntax and methods. Well, if you can find one of those, that would be interesting.
As far as a good JSP book goes with JSP syntax and methods, you might try looking at the Bunkhouse JSP Section for some reviews of good JSP books.
 
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Just straight ASP syntax and methods


Sorry, I meant JSP!! WOW, some sort of slip?!?!
I want to develop my own class files and have JSP communicate with those classes. The examples that I see are all built with JavaBeans. I don't that level of abstraction.
Thank you for the reply Gregg.
 
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