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Old April 3rd, 2004, 09:15 AM
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Default Learning JSP

I would really like to learn JSP but i know how to start. I find lots of article and tutorial in the web but can't seems to find one that best and becomes more confused now. Should i install a web server(Tomcat) and J2EE SDK(J2EE SDK 1.3.1) to make it work? What about database?

could someone please recommend me the best site for a beginner to start?


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Find yourself a decent book on JSP that is aimed at beginners, which covers the set up of Java, Tomcat, and MySQL. A quick search through Google or Amazon will reveal several. Read the reviews and make your choice.

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I picked up the Beginning JSP book from Wrox and was able to get through the first half quite quickly; it's written for programmers who haven't worked with Java before. If you have any Java experience, you'll be coding JSP in no time.
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