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Following is an extensive series of tutorials on servlets and JSP, aimed at developers that already know Java but who have little or no experience with servlets and JSP.
Since each section includes exercises and exercise solutions, this can also be viewed as a self-paced JSP and servlet training course. All the slides, source code, exercises, and exercise solutions are free for unrestricted use. Click on a section below to expand its content. The relatively few parts on IDE development and deployment use Eclipse, but of course none of the actual code is Eclipse-specific.
Click on a topic below to get the detailed tutorial, download the source code, or get the exercises on the topic. Practice is the key to learning, so if you serious about learning the technology, you should do at least some of the exercises in each topic before moving on to the next topic.
These tutorials assume that you already know Java; they definitely move too fast for those without prior Java experience. In addition, the training materials home page has tutorials on many other Java-related topics, including Ajax with jQuery , one of the recommended next steps after learning servlets and JSP. Also, as stated previously, for new projects, JSF 2 should be seriously considered as a higher-level alternative to servlets and JSP.
See the JSF 2 tutorial series for details. These courses can be customized to use any combination of the materials on the J2EE tutorials site , and new materials can be added for specific client needs. If you find these free tutorials helpful, we would appreciate it if you would link to us.
Send corrections or feedback on any tutorial to hall coreservlets. You can also add Marty on LinkedIn. Covers both Tomcat 6 for servlets 2. Tomcat 7 recommended. Tutorial section on SlideShare preferred by some for online viewing. This is the exact code shown in the tutorial, and it runs only on Tomcat 7 or another server that supports servlets 3. Bundled as an Eclipse project. Slightly modified source code for examples in this section. This code has a few small changes so that it runs on Tomcat 6 or any other servlet 2.
Useful files for building your own Web apps in Eclipse.
Books by Marty Hall
Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages