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prateek shah
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i have started with specs , is it the right way or should i start with java servlet book of jason
hunter & professional jsp.
thanks
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mcore
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i think that depends on your current servlet/jsp experience. if you are comfortable with servlet/jsp basics, the specs are a great way of preparing for the exam. if your servlet/jsp experience is limited, i would recommend reading one of the many fine servlet/jsp books that are out there.
also, i would recommend reading a few tutorials on xml/dtd's if you are new to them.
hope this helps,
-MCore
 
Gaurav Chugh
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Hi there,
u r on the right track provided that if u r getting the concept clearly and side by side refer the book as u have mentioned and to the exams objective point of view refer ken's and miftah khan's notes , those are also quite good .I hope this helps u
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with warm regards
..gaurav
 
prateek shah
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thanks for your help friends.
bye
pratik

[This message has been edited by prateek shah (edited September 26, 2001).]
 
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