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JSP: JavaServer Pages

by Barry A. Burd

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This book presents JavaServer Pages in a clear, readable, no-nonsense fashion. The book takes you through all steps in the creation of a JSP document -- including evaluating the usefulness of JSP in a real-world project, researching alternative approaches, planning and designing a Web site based on JavaServer Pages, coding a JSP document, testing and revising the document, making the document available on the Web, integrating the JSP document with existing pages on a Web site, and maintaining the JSP document. The CD includes Apache Web Server, .Tomcat JSP Implementation Server, and sample code from the book.

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