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Re:jsp servlet specification in web component developers exam? any idea

 
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Hello People,
Does anyone who has taken the beta exam for sun certfied web component developers exam know on which servlet and jsp specification the exam is based on? Is it sevlet2.2/jsp1.1
specification or servlet 2.3/jsp1.2 specification? I am curious to know this as there may be extra methods added in the latest servlet/jsp specification by Sun Microsystem which we may have to go through before taking the exam.
 
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The spec for the exam is servlet 2.3/jsp1.2.
We now have a forum to discuss this exam so I'll move this thread there.
[This message has been edited by Angela Poynton (edited July 27, 2001).]
 
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Another way of finding out is to check the objectives ( http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/java/exam_objectives.html ) straight from the horses' mouth
Anytime!

 
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