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What differ between first and second edition?
I have both Java Server for J2EE and first edition of professional JSP - whether second edition shows something different?
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I think this was answered under the topic 'This Week's Giveaway' http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/004698.html
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Hi there,
It was briefly mentioned, but for completeness, here's a complete list of the contents.
Chapter 1 Introducing JSP 1.2 and Servlet 2.3
Chapter 2 Web Application Concepts
Chapter 3 Basic Servlets
Chapter 4 Basic JSP
Chapter 5 JSP and JavaBeans
Chapter 6 Combining Servlets and JSP
Chapter 7 Application Architecture
Chapter 8 Why Use Custom Tags?
Chapter 9 Creating Simple Custom Tags
Chapter 10 Digging Deeper: More Complicated Custom Tags
Chapter 11 Tag Library Idioms
Chapter 12 Using JSP with XML and XSLT
Chapter 13 Database Access
Chapter 14 Introduction to Filtering
Chapter 15 Filtering 2: A Filters Cookbook
Chapter 16 Application Events and Web Application Security
Chapter 17 Maintainability and Good Practice
Chapter 18 Maintainability Case Study
Chapter 19 Debugging
Chapter 20 Performance
Chapter 21 The Struts Framework
Chapter 22 WAP Case Study
Chapter 23 Generating Binary Content
Chapter 24 JSP within J2EE
Appendix A Installing a JSP/Servlet Environment
Appendix B JSP Syntax Reference
Appendix C JSP/Servlet API Reference
Appendix D Document Type Definitions
Appendix E Migrating to JSP 1.2 and Servlet 2.3
Appendix F HTTP Reference
Appendix G JSP and Servlets for ASP Developers
Appendix H Apache Software License
Appendix I Support, Errata, etc.
Basically, the content that is covered is based upon the new Servlet and JSP specs, with additional material on such topics as filters, web app events, more custom tags, etc, etc.
Further details about the book can be found at http://www.wrox.com/Books/Book_Details.asp?section=1_1&isbn=1861004958&subject=&subject_id=
Simon Brown
Co-author of Professional JSP 2nd Edition
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