Deepti Chalichama

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The order of the elements is important. They should appear in the order given in the specs
The optional <description> element if present should be placed between <web-resource-name> and <url-pattern>.
Hope this helps
Regards,
Deepti
Gosh!
So never get mad at anyone soon..the guy u thought nice turned out like this...ver very bad

Good lesson to be learnt
Deeps.
18 years ago
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Deepti.
18 years ago
Hi Ashok,
what u said is right!
I have Tamilian friends who use the word Chumma before every sentence they speak..so could be a Tamilian too...Anyway a friend is a friend as long as they r true to their friendship
Deepti
[ June 06, 2002: Message edited by: Deepti Chalichama ]
18 years ago
Hi Angela,
just one good friend!!!
BTW what's ur actual name
U can count me on your friend's list.
Have fun,
Deepti.
18 years ago
Hello Shoba,
Any attribute declared of type CDATA just denotes string of characters.
Only CDATA sections will not be parsed which is declared as given below
<![CDATA[Nothing between the opening and closing tag will be parsed]]>
Hope this helps
Regards,
Deepti.
Instance variables are thread safe too when a class implements the SingleThreadModel interface.
Reference: page 52 of more Servlets and JavaServerPages.
Regards,
Deepti.
Thanks Shashank!
So we are overriding declarations in the external DTD by declaring them again in the internal DTD.
Deepti
Hi all,
I read that a document type declaration can point to an external subset containing markup declarations, or can contain the markup declarations directly in an internal subset, or can do both.
Why would you need both an internal subset and external subset..is it not equivalent to declaring the markup elements twice?
Thanks,
Deepti.