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JSP and Servlet Specs

 
Eric Howell
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Does anyone have a link for the JSP and Servlet Specs. Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
 
Brian Glodde
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Of course!
JSP/Servlet Specs
 
Eric Howell
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Thanks for that Brian.
Should make some light reading
 
Ricardo Cortes
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Started reading the servlet specification yesterday afternoon and I am not done yet!
 
Jessica Sant
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just be glad you're not trying to read the EJB spec
 
Ricardo Cortes
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True dat...
 
Joe Man
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reading the JSP/Servlet Specs are not that enjoyable. If you don;t have any experience with JSP or Servlet, it is confusing because there aren't that many examples to guide you.
 
Simon Brown
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Also, (IMHO) the wording is a little tricky to understand in places - particularly around the tag lifecycle and a tag's relationship with the container when re-use/pooling of tag handler instances is employed. :roll:
 
Ricardo Cortes
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I found the servlet specification to be much more readable than the JSP specification. Did anyone else find this to be true?
 
Sam Cala
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Yeah, I also feel that servlet specs are much more understandable and even the authors have tried to make the chapters interesting to read. The wording of JSP specs is tough to understand even for developers with some experience. Thats what I feel.
 
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