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I am going to give JSP

 
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HI Friends !
I am going to give JSP.Please help me.Giving suggestion.
 
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Hi Raji,
I suggest that you should give it to a browser!
Anyone else might not be able to do anything with it anyways ...

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You question is not understandable. What exactly are you asking? Please try again, thanks.
 
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hehe...funny how structures of sentences can mean so many different things!
 
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I laughed out loud at the response... :-)
But seriously, if you're going to give JSP a go, I suggest considering Marty Hall's "Core Servlets and Java Server Pages". As the title suggests, it starts with servlets and goes onto jsp. I'm only in the second chapter, but it's got a good feel to it. Fascinating area to explore.
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Originally posted by Raji Addepalli:
HI Friends !
I am going to give JSP.Please help me.Giving suggestion.


 
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if you're going to give JSP a go, I suggest considering Marty Hall's "Core Servlets and Java Server Pages".


sound advice. i am a relative java newbie, but have been able to do alot based on what i learned in the book. i am actually just now starting the jsp section, but if it is as helpful as the servlet section then i will be happy. if you only get one book, get this one.
 
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