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Hi..
I see that Deployment Descriptor for JSP 1.2 and JSP 1.1 is different. for example :
tlib-version and tlibversion.
jsp-version and jspversion.
So in the real exam we have to follow JSP 1.2 ?
How about if there is a question like this :
Which one is the valid sub-element of
tlib element ?
1. tlib-version
2. tlibversion
3. name
4. info
What will we answer, tlib-version, or
both (tlib-version & tlibversion) ??
Thank you
 
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The exam covers Servlet 2.3 and JSP 1.2.
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