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Hi all!

I'm newvie in JSP. I would like to know where I can find a good tutorial for JSP and Domino (without using WebSphere!!).

Thanks.
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Currently Lotus doesn't support any JSP integration. YOu have to wait till RNext is released, which contains native support for JSP.

Check this note, Which primarily describes that Domino can handle JSPs but only with the help of third party tools like WebSphere...

http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/eb5fbc0ab175cf0885256560005206cf/e123f3536c0149d98625683b00743335?OpenDocument

~Hemanth
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