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which version of JSP and servlet are been asked in the exam

 
chandrajeet padhy
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Hi All,
newbie to scwcd ranch forum. Just wondering to find which version of JSP and servlet are been asked in the exam. Guessing from my understanding its servlet2.4 n JSP2.0. Could any of the successful and aspiring arms clear me on it.
Can someone tell me what HFSJ's mock tests is?
wr,
chandrajeet
 
Rafael Pereira
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For the current exam (310-081), the specifications are:

- Servlet 2.4
- JSP 2.0
- JSTL 1.1

This includes Expression Language, DD with XML Schema, no more SingleThreadModel (deprecated) etc.
 
chandrajeet padhy
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My gratitudes Rafael!
how abt this word form HFSJ?

-chandrajeet
 
trivikram Kumar
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Hi Chandrajeet,

HFSJ's mock exam is nothing but the final mock exam which is given at the end of the book in Head First Servlets And JSP's by Kathy Sierra,Bert Bates .

This exam is usually taken just 2 or 3 days before the final exam to know the level of our preparation.Hope this has answered your question.

Javainn.
 
Fernando Matias Valadao
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Hey, guys!
Are you sure that the versions are 2.4 (Servlets) and 2.0 (JSPs)?
Here JavaRanch FAQ we can see that the versions are 2.3 (Servlets) and 1.2 (JSP).
I'm a bit confused about this!
I wish that I might have not read the wrong versions.
Could someone make it clear?
Thanks in advance

Fernando
 
Fernando Matias Valadao
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Check this out, too: JavaRanch SCWCD Links

Fernando
 
chandrajeet padhy
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guess the links are little older which talks abt the 310-080 exam pattern. but new ones are as Rafael pointed.
Thanks javainn for giving the full form of HFSJ.

-chandrajeet
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Why dont you check which versions of JSPs/Servlets/JSTL are included in J2EE 1.4?

The exam name has already given hints for that.

Nick
 
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