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For anybody that hasn't yet run across decent sources on learning all about servlets, here is a list of free information that I've found helpful:
  • Core Servlets & JSP by Marty Hall - free "try before you buy" pdf version
  • Sun's Java Tutorial on Servlets
  • Sun's J2EE Tutorial on Servlets
  • Tim's Servlet Tutorial
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    I highly recommend Marty Hall's book. It is well worth buying and a complete steal in pdf format.
     
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    Thanks for the info... I was just looking to expand my library and knowledge of servlets .
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    I agree that Marty Hall's book is a steal on pdf. However, I'd be curious to know of any books or resources that thoroughly review the MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern in practice.
    I would assume Sun, but I was hoping for some additional resources.
    If you can help, I would really appreciate it.
     
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    Originally posted by Josue Cedeno:
    However, I'd be curious to know of any books or resources that thoroughly review the MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern in practice.


    I like Professional JSP 2nd Edition from Wrox. It has a chapter devoted to MVC and another chapter devoted to struts.
     
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    In agreement with Matt, I would recommend that book to anyone looking for a really well done resource on servlets, XML, JSP, and MVC. It's by far my favorite.
     
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    My knowledge about servlets comes mainly too from
    Professional JSP 2nd Edition from Wrox.
    I think it is worthwhile.
     
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    In addition to Professional JSP I'm getting some use out of Marty Hall's second book, More Servlets and JavaServer Pages
     
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