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Books on JSTL and Struts

 
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Hi ranchers,

Can you tell me which are the best books to study JSTL and Struts for a JSP programmer. I have good knowledge in JSP 1.0 and Servlet 2.0

I want to do some projects on JSTL as well Struts. I have basic knowledge in these technologies. But I want to know in details. For that which are the best boks?

Thanks.
 
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for Struts I would suggest Programming Jakarta Struts by O'Reilly, it also comes with a pocket size reference guide (has to be purchased seperately about $7) which can come in handy at times. As far as JSTL... i was recently reading "JSTL in Action"...pretty good.
 
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check Jakarta-Struts LIVE

edited:
its free to download.
[ December 17, 2004: Message edited by: Adeel Ansari ]
 
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What about "Struts: The Complete Reference" and "Pro Jakarta Struts, Second Edition" for Struts and "Core JSTL: Mastering the JSP Standard Tag Library" for JSTL?

I want to know which book gives me the A to Z of the technology as a kickstart.
 
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