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Can any one suggest a good book on JSP.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Sure... as soon as they are published In the meantime, I think this link is good enough. Look for the 4-part tutorial. (I can't see a 500 page book written about JSP...):
http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/docs.html
 
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I take it back I forgot about the new version 1.1 of JSP with its Custom Tags feature. It looks like it is possible to write a 500 page book on JSP (1.1) and it looks like the one to buy is:
"Web Development with JavaServer Pages" by Duane K. Fields, Mark A. Kolb
 
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Javaranch should write one.
I'd be willing to collaborate, I've already offered to Pauls to write a couple of quick campfire stories on Design Patterns.
I admit it's a tad tougher than I though writing "how to's" but I'd be willing to do one for JSP's.
I can see it now
"Old Cattle rustlers guide to JSP's by the JavaRanch crew!"
- Author <place name here>
 
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John,
I get several e-mails a week asking about when there will be more articles in the campfire. Lately I've been telling them about what you are writing and they're very excited. We're all looking forward to it.
 
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