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SCWCD Tutorial at IBM by Seema

 
Shalbha Jindal
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Hi All,
Just came across this SCWCD tutorial launched at IBM:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/edu/j-dw-java-scwcd-i.html?S_TACT=104AHW02
Thanks
Shalbha
 
Roy Huang
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Thanks for the quick Info...
 
Sri Ram
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Quick question:
Does it cover the new version of SCWCD ?
Please let me know. Since I have a problem in logging in, I couldn't see the content.
Thanks.
 
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From the table of contents, it looks like 1.3 (e.g no filters, no EL, discussion about threadsafe servetls etc.)
Originally posted by Vanniarajan Arumugam:
Quick question:
Does it cover the new version of SCWCD ?
Please let me know. Since I have a problem in logging in, I couldn't see the content.
Thanks.
 
Dumitru Husleag
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On page 5 of this tutorial you can read this:

The method attribute of the <form> tag can be specified as "HEAD" to cause the
browser to send a HEAD request to the server.


According to W3C HTML40 Specs that is totally wrong:


<!ELEMENT FORM - - (%block;|SCRIPT)+ -(FORM) -- interactive form -->
<!ATTLIST FORM
%attrs; -- %coreattrs, %i18n, %events --
action %URI; #REQUIRED -- server-side form handler --
method (GET|POST) GET -- HTTP method used to submit the form--
enctype %ContentType; "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
accept %ContentTypes; #IMPLIED -- list of MIME types for file upload --
name CDATA #IMPLIED -- name of form for scripting --
onsubmit %Script; #IMPLIED -- the form was submitted --
onreset %Script; #IMPLIED -- the form was reset --
accept-charset %Charsets; #IMPLIED -- list of supported charsets --
>
 
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