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How can i get Servlet RI source code?

 
ping zhang
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Is Servlet RI open source? And I think if read the source code ,that will be convenient. Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by ping zhang:
Is Servlet RI open source? And I think if read the source code ,that will be convenient. Thanks.


IMHO, assuming that your focus is on SCWCD, if you spend the time you are planning to put on reading the source code on reading the servlet and jsp specifications, it will help you a lot more. (Again, strictly from the exam point of view.)
 
ping zhang
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Thanks!
But, personally speaking, I think the source code are readable and clear, and there are good IDEs for reading code, that will not spend much time.
 
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Guys,

What is Servlet RI?
 
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I guess it is Sun's J2EE reference implementation (which includes servlets).
 
ping zhang
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Yes, I means "reference implementation".
I found one in jetty's(http://jetty.mortbay.org/) source code.
 
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Ok "Reference Implementation" sounds good!
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