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    Default jsp servlet project

    Hi can anybody tell me any link from where i can download a small jsp servelt project and deploy on my machine and get to know the code and understand it...
    i have read the basics of jsp servelts and need a sample project to understand a small project to get an idea of a web application..
    can any body help me in thi....

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    Default i have several ideas

    First, get Marty Hall's book on the subject. Second, get the Servlet Development Kit from the Sun Java Developer site. Third, view any sources found by open web search as solely get-going materials. Fourth, jsp looks a lot like html except that java code goes inside tags that look like <% %> Fourth is that you will need an editor, there may be no IDE for jsp yet. That is a dicey statement for surely someone has come up with something already.

    These tags are remarkable in that one may start writing real Java inside the tags, there are a few others. They look similar.

    Have you ever coded in any language?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shobhit123 View Post
    Hi can anybody tell me any link from where i can download a small jsp servelt project
    Just download Netbeans (or better, the Netbeans + JDK bundle) and install it. It has many example programs in many areas, including several servlet examples.

    The great thing about netbeans is that it includes Tomcat (or Glassfish) and you can use the Netbeans debugger to set breakpoints and debug your code inside Tomcat.

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    Default Yes i have coded in java

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Jordan View Post
    First, get Marty Hall's book on the subject. Second, get the Servlet Development Kit from the Sun Java Developer site. Third, view any sources found by open web search as solely get-going materials. Fourth, jsp looks a lot like html except that java code goes inside tags that look like <% %> Fourth is that you will need an editor, there may be no IDE for jsp yet. That is a dicey statement for surely someone has come up with something already.

    These tags are remarkable in that one may start writing real Java inside the tags, there are a few others. They look similar.

    Have you ever coded in any language?
    Ya i have coded in java in eclipse....since i have to learn web development and have started reading the book called as Head First so i thought of forst seeing a sample web development project and then get an idea of how all the things are combined together to make a project and then start a new project to get going...

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