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which book to refer for servlets as a beginner

 
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I know java.I want to learn J2ee.So I would like to know some names of the good books that will help me.

I want to know the good book for servlets for beginners
 
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Hi Kavitha,

Head first Servlets and JSPs is a good one and that can give you a very good taste of Servlets and JSPs.

Also, have the Servlet and JSP API documents.

And you will need a webserver like Tomcat, to try out what you read.

Cheers,
Swamy
 
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Check this...
Core Servlets and JSP, Sun Press by Marty Hall
 
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Hello,

Additinaly, J2EE tutorial from Sun is also good resource for basic understanding.

Thanks
 
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The "Apache Tomcat Bible" from Eaves, JOnes and Godfrey helped me out. It explains how to install Java, Tomcat, MySQL, Eclipse and it gives the source code of a whole web application built following the principles of the Model-View-Controller design pattern.
This was the book I had been looking for for months.
 
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hi,

go for head first series servlets and jsp
then go for orielly Servlet programming

inside servlets is also good one
 
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