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jsp for perl people?

by MrMadScience (Acolyte)
on May 20, 2004 at 21:49 UTC ( #355092=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
MrMadScience has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

I have been working with perl for a couple years now. A project has been thrown at me for a webpage that was done in jsp. There are others working on this as well that know jsp, but I need to be able to at least make sense of what some of this says. I have almost no java experience myself.
Has anyone seen a good reference for jsp that would be useful to someone like me who is mostly a non-programmer? The only programming I've done other than perl is basic.
Many thanks

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Re: jsp for perl people?
by jacques (Priest) on May 20, 2004 at 23:14 UTC
    Our Q&A contains a listing of Java books for people with a Perl background.
Re: jsp for perl people?
by Plankton (Vicar) on May 20, 2004 at 22:11 UTC
    Java Junkies is site ran by a few perlmonks ... I forget who extactly. You can get answers there. Also Java Ranch is a good place.

    Plankton: 1% Evil, 99% Hot Gas.
Re: jsp for perl people?
by lachoy (Parson) on May 20, 2004 at 22:27 UTC

    If you're using JSTL (JSP Standard Template Language) then JSTL In Action is a gentle but useful introduction with lots of examples. Otherwise I've had good experiences with O'Reilly's Java Server Pages which devotes a chapter to JSTL (maybe more in the 3rd edition) but also covers scriptlets, directives and lots of different JSP architectures (everything in page, page as view, front controller servlet, etc.).

    Good luck!

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