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JSP Spec Vs JSP Book
Joined: Mar 01, 2005
Apr 11, 2006 22:20:00
what's really a difference between a Specification and a Book.
SInce i am posting this question under
forum i comparing btween JSP.
Is there any thing special or additional topics covered in Spec???
Thanx in Advance..
Joined: Nov 24, 2005
Apr 11, 2006 22:52:00
The Specification is a reference. JSP containers must follow the rules set in the JSP Specification. You can refer to the spec to make sure how a container is supposed to work.
A book is a more 'friendly' approach. The spec is dry to read, and some may find it boring. If you want to start using JSP, you should read a book instead.
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