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Standard Actions in JSP

 
Padma priya Gururajan
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Hi,
In Real time world, are Standard Actions used?
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Padma priya N.G.
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Hi,

Yes, why not ?
 
Michael Ku
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In the real world, there is a lot of old code that use Standard Actions, Tha is why it is on the exam. The HFSJ book points this out
 
Michael Ku
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padmapriyagururajan, I have seen a lot of posts from you recently about almost every subject that you need to know in order to pass the certification exam.

Might I suggest that you try to figure these things out on your own first (really think about them and try) before relying on someone else to explain them to you. The HFSJ book is an excellent place to start but you should try to code some examples of your own in order to gain a true understanding of Servlets and JSPs. You can search the net for more information on a topic if the book is not clear. You can always ask for help after you try on your own and everyone will be happy to help you.

It will do you no good to pass the certification but not know how to apply the knowledge in a work environment

Please understand that I have your best interests at heart. I will look for your questions and see if I may help you
 
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Might I suggest that you try to figure these things out on your own first (really think about them and try) before relying on someone else to explain them to you.

I agree with Michael, and I've already told that in one of your threads. Please try to think about it before asking. You will much more by thinking by yourself first
 
Michael Ku
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I would like to add one more thing. At my previous job, I was in charge of interviewing people, both the preliminary and the detailed interview. I was much harder on people that were certified then the people that were not. This is because I wanted to see if the person who was certified really knew the technology or just learned to memorize enough to pass the exam. I would ask questions on every topic that was on the exam. It was easier for a non-certified person to do well on an interview than it was for a certified person. For example, tag files are new to JSP 2.0. I would not expect a non-certified person to know about them and never asked questions about them. However, if you were certified then I would ask a lot of questions on tag files.

This is one reason why it is important to understand the questions that are on the mock exams and know how to code the examples and questions.
 
Padma priya Gururajan
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Hi,
I shall work out and proceed in a different way.
Thanks,
Padma priya N.G.
 
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