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Learning Servlets (discussion)

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First of all, I think my name should be very familiar to some of you since I'm always post question in here. ha...
I would like to post this discussion to anyone of you to share your experience with me on learning the Servlet technoloy. I have AS400 background with OO concept, (Java, JSP) and also RPG. Well, fyi, I have 1.5 years working experience since I gradiated in year 2001. Thus I consider myself very fresh.

I have spend 6 months on learning the WebSphere with AS400 and also JSP, JavaScript and also Java langauge. I have read through many books and articels on how to write or code a proper java programming code. I have tried to used JSP and javascript in implementing some of my project. (it's life already. :) ).

But after I go throguh some of the articel, regarding the MVC (Model-View-Control), it's seems all the effort I put is in the wrong direction. In my previous system, I hardly use servlets, ejb or event bean concept. What I have done is embed the HTML code withmy jsp scriplets in my jsp page (Model 1). So, it's look all mixed up and seems unstructure (based on the reading).

So, I plan to learn the Model 2, which integrate the Servelts with JavaBean and also JSP as presentation layer. But I don't know which where to start.

I know the concept of servlet, (but not sure either it's correct or enough), yet I do hope anyone of you can share the experience on learning this technology with me so that I can make my learning curve more straigh forward. :)

Well, no matter what you going to say, what you going to blame me, I am very appreciate for what you have suggested to me!!!

*hope anybody can provide some proven usefull web-sites for me for reference purpose. (No more sun web-sites).

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