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JSTL v1.1 OR JSTL 1.0??

 
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hello rancher,

which version of JSTL specification would be suggested for exam preparation. I have its 1.0 version. but as exam objective specify v1.1.

when I try to download the 1.1 version from Java Community Process its redirected me to this URL

http://javashoplm.sun.com/ECom/docs/jcp.html

Please help me download the latest version of JSTL


Thanks
Poonam
 
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Links can be found in the JSP FAQ.
 
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hi

please check your gmail ID for specifications. i have send you.
 
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ankit kumar wrote:hi

please check your gmail ID for specifications. i have send you.




Thanks you very much ankit

one more doubt...
1.we need to study only core JSTL tags for the exam??? or have to study the rest also like fmt, x, function etc??
2. Do we need to cover the API for core JSTL???

this time thanks in advance ankit :P
 
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You should read only the CORE jstl tags. Its specified in the the Objectives

'Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.'
 
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Do we need to cover the API for core JSTL as well???
 
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no need to go through the API for exame but its good if you do so for the knowledge

 
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ok , thanks to all
 
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