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Servlet and JSP Specification

 
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Hello...
Does anyone has idea when will the specifications for JSP and Servlet be final? because I'm planning to take the exam once both specification are already final. I'm a bit hesitant to take it now since the specs are still in pfd2 and I believe that some things may still change.
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I sympathize. This situation gives new meaning to the phrase "Internet time".
It used to mean accelerated time but still within the present.
Now Sun is testing people for a spec that is in the future. This is going TOO FAST for me!
"Back To The Future" anyone!?
 
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Good question.
I think the spec (Servlet 2.3/JSP 1.2/EJB 2.0)will be in draft until the release of the J2EE 1.3 specification, which will happen before the end of the year, hopefully.
Does anybody has other ideas? Or knows for sure ;-)
 
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