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Use JavaRanch.common for Servlet assignments?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
I have been looking at the Servlet assignments 1 & 2 ( the eternal optimist ) and the examples given use the javaranch.common library but in the assignments it's not specifically stated wether we have to use them or not.
Is it obligatory?

Thanks,
Terry
 
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Hi,
I just read in another thread that it is necessary.
OK Let's do it that way.

Bye,
Terry
 
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It is encouraged in Servlets 1, 2, and 3. It is mandatory in Servlets 4 and forbidden in Servlets 5.
 
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