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Java Servlets with CDROM (Enterprise Computing) Paperback – June, 1999
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As I said above, the book focus on JDBC, not servlet, so the material covered on servlet is not enough, especially for beginner, they may not even know how to get a parameter from a form.
Read oreally or wrox instead, don't buy this book if you really want to learn servlet. Only buy this when you like JDBC on java servlet.
If you want a thorough walkthrough of the Java Servlet FAQ, then go grab the book by Jason Hunter :-).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book really helped me in getting my web site up and going with server side servlets.Published on August 21, 2014 by Lee
Sketchy coverage. I have gained very little from this book. There are much better books: Core Servlets,Hall; O'reilly Servlets, Hunter ...Published on February 28, 2001
This book is easy to understand, written in a very clear way. But it's very very basic. If you don't know much about Java Servlets, this should be a very good way to start with -... Read morePublished on April 14, 2000 by Dr. Zoidberg
There simply isnt enough meat in this book. If you are looking for a quick overview then this will probably help. Read morePublished on May 13, 1999
Nice pictures but if only they gave more in depth explanations to go with it. This book is for managers or people just interested in java servlets than actually writing code. Read morePublished on April 23, 1999
I am a Microsoft Certified VB programmer, trained in C as my first language, who is trying to crossover to Java. Read morePublished on April 21, 1999
I tried this book after getting thoroughly frustrated with the O'Reilly Servlet book, that seems to be getting unwarrented good reviews. Read morePublished on January 27, 1999