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Learn DD DTD better

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Web app DTD provided by servlet spec is so hard to read, partly because of this dense language partly because of alphabetical layout.
I am sure there are many sites where you can find well described DD, one of them is on Weblogic site -- very well thought out, layed out, memorizes much easier.

P.S. It's nearly 100% compliant with 2.3 spec. It has some very minor things specific to Weblogic, like values -1,-2 for <session-timeout> but they always tell you that they are WL-specific.
[ March 06, 2002: Message edited by: Gennady Shapiro ]
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Nice page ....
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Good one.
Just a word of caution, there is some degree of mismatch with the Spec DTD. For example, the servlet element doesn't show the "run-as" element.
The taglib element has the order wrong.
And we all agree on how important the order is in XML - right?
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