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hasan khan
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i have bought HFS and downloaded the specification of servlet, jsp, and jstl and some mock exams.

I want to know in which order should i got throught the book, because in the beginning there are chapters on servlet , after that there are chapters on jsp, jstl and then again filters (servlet) and so on.

i also want to know when do i read the specification after reading the book or before ?
 
Sudhakar Guntaka
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Hi Hasan,

You can go through HFS book in the order given in the book(i.e from first to last). That will be convenient to read and the topics are arranged like that.
Regarding specs you can go through after completion of HFS book. This book will make us easier to understand even specs........
All the best...........
cheers,
sudhakar.
 
Gaurav Sahni
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yes, the book is arranged in such a manner that it is advisable to cover it sequentially.

Regarding the specs, check this thread to see what authors say.

All the best.

Rgds,
Gaurav.
 
Ture Hefner
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Hasan,
Servlets come before JSPs in J2EE books because JSP pages become servlets. An understanding of servlets is required before you can have an understanding of JSPs.
Someone I know recently interviewed someone with JSP/servlets on their resume and they couldn't tell him that a JSP becomes a servlet without a lot of hints. That doesn't happen often...usually if they stumble they will have a problem with some part of the servlet/JSP lifecycle, not the entire thing. He didn't get the job.
 
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