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Servlet Specifications 2.5

 
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The Servlet Specifications 2.5 is being displayed as mainytenance mode
there is no final release of 2.5.
I believe Tomcat 6 is based on servlet specification 2.5.
Where can I find the final release of servlet specifications 2.5 and
what are the changes from 2.4?
 
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The Servlet FAQ links to articles explaining the differences between Servlet API versions. It also links to the SpecificationUrls page that has links to all kinds of specifications.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
The Servlet FAQ links to articles explaining the differences between Servlet API versions. It also links to the SpecificationUrls page that has links to all kinds of specifications.



Do we have a final release for Servlet Specifications 2.5?
The link at sun always reads as maintenance mode.
 
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