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by Marty Hall

Category: Programming Languages
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: Marty Hall
ISBN: 0130676144
ISBN13: 978-0130676146
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson Education; 1st edition (December 26, 2001)
Pages: 752
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While many books on Java try to cover just about everything, this title's focus on what's hot in server-side Java makes .

While many books on Java try to cover just about everything, this title's focus on what's hot in server-side Java makes it a standout. Whether you are a JSP beginner or expert, More Servlets and JavaServer Pages gives you an excellent mix of topics in server-side Java in a well-presented programming tutorial. It's sure to be a worthwhile addition to any working Java Web developer's bookshelf.

In this companion to Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Marty Hall shows you how to apply recent advances in servlet .

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In this companion to the worldwide bestseller Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Marty Hall shows you how to apply recent advances in servlet and JSP technology. Part I gives a thorough introduction to programming with servlet and JSP technology.

More Sevlets and Javaserver Pages. Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages has been an extraordinary success: 100K copies sold world-wide in the first year, 11 foreign translations, the selling servlet and JSP book worldwide last year. The idea of More Servlets and JavaServer Pages is to take the reader from where CSAJSP leaves off. It covers advanced JSP topics not covered in Marty's first book as well as some advances in JSP programming.

This companion volume to Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages provides step-by-step explanations for applying recent advances in servlet and JSP technology. Presents an introduction to programming with servlet and JSP technology; details on Web application development and deployment; Web application security; filters and life-cycle events, both introduced with servlet 2.3; and new tag library developments. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Comments to eBook More Servlets and JavaServer Pages
Zaryagan
I am an intermediate-level Java developer. I find this book great for me.
Several months ago I tried to find a "tutorial book" for jsp/servlet. I chose "More Servlets and JavaServer Pages" after extensive research on amazon before buying. I like the author's style in explaining concepts, which is easy to follow. However, this book is not an introductory/grammar book by any means. The author keeps very good balance between efforts of reading and depth in technical details.
This book helps me a lot in my projects. What's more, the author is responsive. He answers questions promptly and his knowledgeable answers really save me lots of time in my projects. (I don't think it is fair for the author to answer my project questions. I always ask the questions in the way that it is related to a particular part in the book.)
Just a little more than a month ago, I came up to the idea to take certification test of Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE. Initially I wanted to buy another book, "professional jsp", as a backup in case more details are needed occasionally. It came out to my surprise that, this book covers 90% contents for the test. Alternatively, I got the free copies of jsp/servlet specifications as the backup reference. Finally I got a score of 88% in the test after reading the book only two times within very short time, one in details, another just in brief. (I read the author's previous book "Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages" once in detail before.)
I don't want to mislead people who only need a test-cram book for the test. This book is for jsp/servlet design, not specifically for test. Around 25% contents of this book have nothing to do with the test.
Here I list the missing parts in the sequence of importance for those who want to use this book to take the test:
1. Design patterns is missing
2. log() methods are not discussed for exception/error handling
3. distributable web application is over-simplified
To be fair, I need to mention the part I don't like about this book, if there is any. Generally authors try to conform to new specifications throughout their books, and only mentioned compatible problems to old specifications with "Warnings" scattered around. However, the author does just the opposite. I REALLY don't like this approach.
In a word, this book is great for readers with java background to develop jsp/servlet projects. It is sufficient for SCWCD certification according to my experience.
Seevinev
What makes this book way superior to other texts about
java web development is nor the broad range of topics treated,
or the cleverness of the author, or his good preparation in the subject, or his coding abilities. You might find all or a few of these in the zillions of servlet/jsp books around.. but you won't find a great teacher like Marty so easily.
That si probably due to the fact that this guy is not a code
munching corporate programmer but comes from an academic background. He teaches for a living, and it shows...
Finally someone who knows how to explain without boring you to death,
or annoying you pretending to be a comedian in the IDGish style that' become so common among book writing nerds with a hopeless sense of humour. Marty gives you the full story but makes it really simple, because, let's face it.. web developement IS SIMPLE even for the average programmer.. unless someone throws you a fuss of code snippets and incoherent or incomplete explanations. Marty will clearly explain a concept, relate it with the rest of the picture and give you at least one working example you can try out. This is how a technical writer should
be like.
Celen
This book was a big help for me in passing IBM's exams that deal with the J2EE. Good breadth and depth in many of the categories on the exam and Marty puts things in a clear manner so you pick up the concepts quickly. Very well laid out.
I'd also mention this book is way more than just servlets/jsp's, it also has a ton of stuff on really understanding the deployment of J2EE webapps and how to really get the most out of your web.xml. It also has good coverage of j2ee security and JSTL. Hope this helps others decide.
Aedem
I found this book very useful and up to date. It was an easy read and the examples worked. The book gave you enough detail, but not too much. Marty Hall is a very good author and knows how to convey complicated material into an easy to understand format.
invasion
I've read about a dozen servlet & JSP books, and I think this is the best one for readers with some prior experience in servlets & JSP. It is also an excellent book for people who are new to servlets & JSP, but I'll clarify that at the end of my review. The book is definitely worth 5 starts. The first star is for Marty Hall's clear and direct writing style. The second star is for being one of the few books that is currently up to date with the newest servlet & JSP specifications. The third star is for having very practical and useful content such as solid coverage of web application deployment. The fourth star is for being the first book that I've read that has detailed coverage of how to use SSL with servlets. The fifth star is for having source code, sample chapters, and a slew of prequel chapters freely available online.
If you read and enjoyed Mr. Hall's "Core Servlets & JSP", this book is well worth buying also. Be aware, the first 240 pages is an introduction which is essentially a reduced and updated form of the "Core" book. But the other 450 pages is all new and extremely good content. Even without the first 240 pages, the other 450 pages is worth the purchase price alone.
If you are brand new to Servlet & JSPs you may want to first buy "Core Servlets & JSPs" for a slower introduction to these topics. But, make sure you come back and buy this book because you will definitely want some of the updated and advanced topics such as "web applications." Alternatively, you can go ahead and buy this book and read some of the prequel chapters that Mr. Hall has online.
I haven't been fortunate enough to attend one myself, but I've also heard wonderful things about the onsite and public training servlet & JSP training classes that Mr. Hall offers.
In short, it's a great book. Enjoy!
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