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Servlet 2.4 specification

 
Yogesh Hingmire
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Hello Ranchers,

Can anyone please give me the link to Servlets v2.4 specifications.
I understand a members signature carrying the link for the same to the
Java Community Press site. from then on how do i navigate to the specifications ?

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Yogesh

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agrah upadhyay
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Can't you please google the following:
servlet specification2.4+download
 
Christophe Verré
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http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr154/

--> Specification: download

PS : I agree with agrah !
[ December 12, 2005: Message edited by: Satou kurinosuke ]
 
Yogesh Hingmire
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Hi People,

can u guys tell me how much effort you have put to read the servlet/Jsp specificatons from the exam point of view.

How well must we know them?



Regards,
Yogesh.
 
Vishnu Prakash
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How well must we know them?


It is not a must that you should the spec.

If you are a beginner my suggestion would be don't start reading spec. As it will be quite difficult to follow. Have a good understanding of the concepts in servlets/Jsps do some coding get used to it and finally start with spec.
 
Yogesh Hingmire
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Hi Vishnu,

Thanks for the advice , Actually i have around 2 years of experience in Servlets/Jsp and quite comfortable with the concepts.
But you would also agree to the fact that we do not use all the API methods in our work, so i do not want to land up in a situation where i see a method in a exam and have not used it in my career.

I am confident that i will cover HFSJ and Hanumant Deshmukh + Mocks.

Hence i wanted to know how much time i must spend on the specifications

Thanks
Yogesh.
 
Debashish Chakrabarty
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This not to make fun or something but I do get startled to note people mentioning they "also" went through the Servlet/JSP specification apart from HFS. To me this sounds pretty daunting, given that both JSP2.0 and Servlet 2.4 would extend beyond a whopping 800 pages, and the fact that HFS or such books basically summarise the same stuff and present them in a much interesting manner.

So, unless these books miss any important portion of the specn that's relevent for the exams, I would rather not lose my sleep looking into the specification docs.
 
Vishnu Prakash
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Sorry I didn't know you have experience. A day or two will be more than sufficient to go through the spec which will give you more confidence.

All the best.
 
Vishnu Prakash
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Hi Debashish Chakrabarty

Your personal page in JRoller is displaying a FileNotFoundException.
 
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