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two listner classes in web.xml ?

 
muthu moorthy
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Can any body can help me to find out how to declare two listeners MyFirstListener and MySecondListener in web.xml
file ? Kindly tell me whether A or B ? Thank you.

A.

<listener>
<listener-class>MyFirstListener</listener>
<istener-class>MySecondListener</listener>
</listener>

B.

<listener>
<listener-class>MyFirstListener</listener-class>
</listener>

<listener>
<listener-class>MySecondListener</listener-class>
</listener>
 
Sayak Banerjee
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B

But you'd easily get these kind of information if you refer to the spec....as a matter of fact, it's not too good if you don't refer to the spec. at all....try and get familiar with the spec.....that wold definitely help you.

Please take this on a positive note:- A major bulk of queries you've posted in your recent posts could've been easily been answered by you by referring to the spec. or trying out small code segments....So before you post a query, please make a conscious effort of resolving it yourself....Hope you get the point.
 
muthu moorthy
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Thank you Sayak.

I appear for the exam on Jan 20, 07 & just aim to pass.
So i did not get in to Spec yet, and may not have well enough time for it.

I do see that the people do tell they have achieved without going in to Spec. And only with the HF Book.

So, i will go like that let see my luck.
 
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Muthu,

You are right, many here pass with a good score and I know some of my friends personally who dosn't even know that there is something called "specs" for servlets and jsp and they have cleared WCD. When you have such a wonderful book (the HFSJ) who will care to look into that 300 pages of specs??

Thanks to Kathy and Bert and Byran for this wonderful book.
 
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who will care to look into that 300 pages of specs

I do. Familiarizing yourself with the spec may not be necessary, but very helpful at work.
 
amar kasar
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like the discussion in both way.........

here is the conclusion of discussion:
you may avoid to getting in to specs for SCWCD..
but it is really useful in practical life

thanks...
thanks i am also planning to get thru within comming 1and 1/2 month and
i am also aming to just cleared it not to score......
i knew low aim is crime but do not have time....
:roll:
 
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