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PRO JSP 2ND ED, (Programmer to Programmer) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. April 2001

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In essence, JSP (Java Server Pages) do the same job as ASP and use similar, HTML-alike code to do it. At an implementation level the JSP code is converted on the fly to a Java Servlet which produces the Web page so it's no surprise to find Professional JSP covers Servlets as well.

It's been updated to cover JSP 1.2's new features--including the ability to write JSP in the language de jour, XML--and Servelet 2.3, which adds an "official" way of chaining servlets.

As Professional JSP starts with Servlets the book's title seems a little odd, but really you need both JSP and Servlets for effective J2EE presentation programming.

With 18 authors and 21 technical reviewers it's unsurprising that though technically accurate and thorough to a fault Professional JSP has a distinctly disjointed feel, often reading more like a collection of loosely related essays on the subject (which is how it probably started out) than a fully integrated guide. On the plus side, this isn't a problem if you're already a Java programmer looking to extend your skills, but it won't suit those looking specifically for a guide to JSP. Those will probably find a dedicated title such as JavaServer Pages more useful.

The real strength of Professional JSP is in demonstrating how JSP integrates with Servlets, Javabeans, XML and related technologies on the server, and how to design your server side applications to make the most appropriate use of JSP alongside these other technologies. --Steve Patient

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JavaServer Pages, together with the Java Servlet, provide the dynamic web content presentation layer for the Java 2 Enterprise Edition. JSPs and Servlets integrate tightly to enable scalable and portable applications, and are widely supported. This text targets the next generation of these technologies, JSP 1.2 and Servlets 2.3, which are nearing completion under the Java Community Process and provide major enhancements to Java's web programming model. This book looks in depth at these core components of the forthcoming J 2EE 1.3 platform, preparing you for building the next generation of web solutions. You'll learn about the enhancements to the JSP tag library model; the new filtering and application event facilities; how to architect web applications to ensure a clean separation of presentation and logic; and the increasingly popular Jakarta Struts framework. The book also addresses using JSP with XML and XSLT; database access with JDBC; and how JSP and Servlets fit into the overall J2EE platform alongside Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaMail, and other J2EE technologies.

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Von Ein Kunde am 30. November 2002
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I had two or three different JSP and/or servlet books but this book covers all of the topics. 1200 pages with lots of code examples and a useful reference. Better buy one book instead of a shelf of JSP/Servlet books that only cover things partly.
A truly "professional" book that can be read by beginners and experts. Just pick the chapters you need.
A good start for Jakarta Struts, although not based on the newest Struts version anymore. Even without Struts it explains how to use MVC-Patterns in detail and shows step-by-step how to combine JSP, servlets and JavaBeans to get professional solutions instead of simple page scripting.
One might use it for a start into the EJB world, too. There are two longer examples with and without EJBs.
But the focus of this book is certainly how to create well-structured web applications by using nearly all the technology available. Always critically considering which technology is best (or unnecessary) for certain parts of an application and how to put everything together.
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For me this is THE JSP book, the JSP Bible. What I appreciated in this book was the multitude of examples. With some Java skills, most of the time one does not need to apply the examples in order to understand the authors' message. THIS IS A MUST for all JSP beginners (As I was before I bought this book) and other experienced JSP programmers.
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Das Buch bietet wirklich eine tiefgehende Ausführung aller relevanter Themen im JSP-Bereich. Hier vermisst man wirklich nichts.
Manchen Kapitel hätte man allerdings auch weglassen können. Die Ausführungen zu Struts, JDBC und WAP bieten zwar eine brauchbare Einführung aber stossen sehr schnell an ihre Grenzen.
Wer lediglich JSP-Literatur braucht kommt möglicherweise auch mit einem günstigeren Werk aus.
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A tip to the hat to the authors - this one is the most comprehensive JSP book I came across, full of useful and up-to-date information. I did especially like the hands-on chapter about Struts, an interesting new technology hardly described elsewhere. Definitely a five star.
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21 von 21 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Some Good Information But Poorly Presented 6. August 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Wrox Press continues their time-honored tradional of piling as many authors into one 1200 page volume that they can in the hopes that they will end up with a definitive treatment of the subject. The authors range from seasoned professionals with real-world experience to pimple-faced hacks with nothing but a year or two of college computer science courses behind them. .... I must confess that I am not sure what I was expecting in these chapters but since JSP Tag Libraries seemed to be one of the more challenging and interesting areas of JSPs I was hoping for some more meaningful, 'meaty' content.
The assembly of these 18 (yes, 18!) authors wind up generating a book that essentially could have been put together with more precision and continuity if it had 15 fewer authors. It very much comes off as a rushed effort, without any tightness whatsoever. The writing style of this second edition can only be described as amateurish. This, fortunately, can be a little easier to swallow if you accept the spirit of the book (in Wrox's words 'Programmer to Programmer'). Take the text as quickly put-together material from programmers that have been through it (even if it was brief or only in school) and you should be fine.
Many unnecessary forward references exist throughout the text and, because of the unusually large number of authors, there is a large amount of repetition in the body of most chapters. The book's page count could also have been greatly reduced had the authors not consistently given condensed introduction to material that ends up being the subject matter for entire chapters later in the book. For example, two early chapters describe the basics of Tag Libraries, only to have them surface as the primary topic of chapters 8 - 11.
The code included throughout the book is variable in quality, as you might expect. The book doesn't pretend to be an academic tome of best practices or a showcase for some top-flight, brilliant programming but you end up thinking that many of the examples could have been made much more effective with more thought put into them. As with many other programming books out there, this one is definitely not without its errors. You'd hope, however, that with the 21 technical reviewers and 3 editors that worked on this book that it would have fared better than most.
In summary, if you take the text for what it is and skip over the segments of fluff and numerous poor code examples I think that most professional programmers new to this technology will find enough material to make the hefty price tag almost worth it (especially if you share it with others on your team!). ....
23 von 24 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great for Professionals 18. Mai 2001
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Well, i bought this book with one aim: Be able to learn and actually write JSP in limited terms. Since I found a job where they wanted me to do JSP, and I was doing ASP for last 2 years. This book has even section for ASP developers on how to move to JSP. So, with this book, I was able to write jsp in a week or so. ok, Now, actually about the book:
a) Great code explanation provided, as usual in any WROX books
b) Great code examples (especially voting application and database explorer one)
c) Tomcat and MySQL tutorial make my life easier, so i don't have to browse their sites for help - I have everything in one place (well, not everything -- but still, better then nothing)
d) Yes, price is kind of high, but, they got so much in one book, so i'm pretty sure that you will be glad once you buy it
I'd recommend this book for people who have to move from ASP (or any other programming language) to JSP. I would not recommend it to someone who is new to programming.
Thanks for all authors. Great Job.
17 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Good but with some notable problems 5. August 2002
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Wrox Press continues their time-honored tradional of piling as many authors into one 1200 page volume that they can in the hopes that they will end up with a definitive treatment of the subject. The authors range from seasoned professionals with real-world experience to people with nothing but a year or two of college computer science courses behind them. I must confess that I am not sure what I was expecting in these chapters but since JSP Tag Libraries seemed to be one of the more challenging and interesting areas of JSPs I was hoping for some more meaningful, 'meaty' content.
The assembly of these 18 (yes, 18!) authors wind up generating a book that essentially could have been put together with more precision and continuity if it had 15 fewer authors. It very much comes off as a rushed effort, without any tightness whatsoever. The writing style of this second edition can only be described as amateurish. This, fortunately, can be a little easier to swallow if you accept the spirit of the book (in Wrox's words 'Programmer to Programmer'). Take the text as quickly put-together material from programmers that have been through it (even if it was brief or only in school) and you should be fine.
Many unnecessary forward references exist throughout the text and, because of the unusually large number of authors, there is a large amount of repetition in the body of most chapters. The book's page count could also have been greatly reduced had the authors not consistently given condensed introduction to material that ends up being the subject matter for entire chapters later in the book. For example, two early chapters describe the basics of Tag Libraries, only to have them surface as the primary topic of chapters 8 - 11.
The code included throughout the book is variable in quality, as you might expect. The book doesn't pretend to be an academic tome of best practices or a showcase for some top-flight, brilliant programming but you end up thinking that many of the examples could have been made much more effective with more thought put into them. As with many other programming books out there, this one is definitely not without its errors. You'd hope, however, that with the 21 technical reviewers and 3 editors that worked on this book that it would have fared better than most.
In summary, if you take the text for what it is and skip over the segments of fluff and numerous poor code examples I think that most professional programmers new to this technology will find enough material to make the hefty price tag almost worth it (especially if you share it with others on your team!).
10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent for real work 6. Juni 2001
Von jackofsometrades - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When I needed to learn JSP (I got a job to build some serious custom tag libraries) my first stop was the Core series. I liked the Core Java 2 books. At first I liked the Core JSP books too, they are quick to read and easy to understand.
But then after some weeks working on real projects I noticed that they lacked very much essential information. I found myself searching through the office copy of Professional JSP 1st edition again and again to get the job done.
This 2nd edition is even better. If you are a decent programmer (not a complete beginner who's better of with some dummies books) and want to get the job done - this is the choice. The book relies heavily on examples. Several case studies with all the code implemented.
7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Great Content...But Too Many Errors! 19. Juli 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book goes way beyond a standard discussion of basic web application development with JSP, covering some great topics like XML, XSL, WAP, Struts, etc. I thoroughly enjoyed this breadth, and have added some great new "tools" to my repetoire as a result.
HOWEVER, I've found a number of annoying syntax errors in the examples that have cost me many frustrating minutes debugging (especially in the Custom tag section). If the authors would have only tested their own examples, I think this would be an excellent book.
Finally, you don't really get any consistency throughout this book, either stylistically or otherwise....but I guess you should expect that when you have 20-some authors writing 1 book.
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