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Hello Friends,
I need the advice from you erudit people as I am starting working on Servlet and JSP.Please tell me from which book shall I start it.And what sites would be helpful for me.
Thanx to all in @dvance;
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Annie.
 
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<commercial_plug>Buy my book</commercial_plug>
In addition, get the Tomcat 3.2 package from jakarta.apache.org - complete server with servlet engine and JSP and you get source code. Also, download the Java Servlet 2.2 API and the JSP API 1.1 from java.sun.com
Bill

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Apart from Bill's book which I found to be very good
try out another book
web development with JSP thats good as well
Farooq
 
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As far as helpful sites (and JavaRanch is a great one), check out:
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/JSPIntro/
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Servlets/
These on-line tutorials are fairly helpful, although I think the servlet one is at least a version out of date. But they walk you through setting up Tomcat and provide complete solutions for exercises, which can be helpful for beginners.
I also have a book that's not too bad, "Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP" from Bill Bordgen (or something like that).
--Brett.
P.S. I hope this doesn't make me "erudit".
 
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Thanx Bill,Farooq and Brett.
I am really very thankful to you people for your advice.
Brett you have mentioned good tutorial sites thanx alot and ofcourse I will soon buy the Bill's book too .
Thanx Again.
Annie.
 
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