Getting started with JSP

Hello,
I can program in Java pretty well :) -- however, I haven't attempted JSP yet.

Can anyone recommend any decent JSP tutorials online please? And everything I need to create a JSP page, ie; recommended Web Servers (JSP compatible of course), etc..
And anything else you think I should know before tackling JSP. :)

Thanks in advance!
[r.D]
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DrWarezzAsked:
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TimYatesCommented:
Tomcat is your best bet for servers.

And google is your best bet for JSP tutorials...  Have a look at http://www.jsptut.com/ as well, it looks like quite a good start :-)

Then, when you are sorted with JSPs and how they work, there are the frameworks like Struts (and more recently JSF -- though I am just starting to look into JSF myself) ;-)

Let me know if you have any more specific questions :-)

Good luck!

Tim
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TimYatesCommented:
Oh, btw, Tomcat is available from:  http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat
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ldbkuttyCommented:
oops---sorry Tim, i didn't noticed your posts.
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TimYatesCommented:
No worries...it's all good :-)
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DrWarezzAuthor Commented:
Thanks you two. I will use those links, and go from there.

>"Let me know if you have any more specific questions :-)"
I'll post a new thread for my more specific Qs.. Thanks :)

Points will be split. Ta!
[r.D]
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TimYatesCommented:
:-)  Good luck with it!! :-)

Tim
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