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Is JSTL 1.1 included in the book?

Ko Ko Naing
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Hope this thread is the first thread on November 11... Good day!!!
Hi, Marty Hall and Larry Brown, I just would like to know if JSTL 1.1 is included in the "Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Vol. 1: Core Technologies, Second Edition" book? I just saw only that "JSP 2.0, servlets 2.4, JSTL and Java 1.4" are included in the book... As I'm on my way to the new version of SCWCD exam, I'm wondering if I can use this book to study for that too...
Thank you in advance...


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Ko Ko Naing
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Hello Authors...
Could you please answer my question here? Coz I am on my way to the new SCWCD, which will surely include JSTL 1.1 as well...
Marty Hall
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I just would like to know if JSTL 1.1 is included in the "Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Vol. 1: Core Technologies, Second Edition" book?

JSTL, Struts, and JavaServer Faces are covered in the upcoming Volume II. They are not covered in Volume 1: Volume 1 focuses on the core technologies such as setting up a server, handling request parameters, applying HTTP, using cookies, session tracking, accessing databases with JDBC, using beans, and applying the MVC architecture.
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Ko Ko Naing
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I got it... Thanx, Marty... One more question! Since u said that JDBC topic id included in the book, is it compatible to the latest JDBC 3.0 Spec? Or it is still based on JDBC 2.0?
Thank you again for the previous answer...
Marty Hall
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Since u said that JDBC topic id included in the book, is it compatible to the latest JDBC 3.0 Spec? Or it is still based on JDBC 2.0?

Well, the code is certainly compatible with JDBC 3.0. However, except for a mention of a couple of new methods such as getJDBCMajorVersion, we do not specifically discuss JDBC 3.0 capabilities. I would think you would need a book solely on JDBC to get that level of detail.
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Marty, I don't see the topics about the events handling and listners in the TOC... Since Servlet 2.4 Spec adds ServletRequest Listener to the old 2.3 version, is it briefly explained in the book too?
Thank you very much for the previous replies again...
Ko Ko Naing
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Come on, Marty. One question from me is left out... Are u still here??? I think Marty has already fallen asleep at this time...
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Come on, Marty. One question from me is left out... Are u still here??? I think Marty has already fallen asleep at this time...

Actually, I had already gone to bed when you posted that last question.
Yes, Volume II covers the event listeners including the new ones. More Servlets and JSP (see http://www.moreservlets.com/) already covers all the existing ones.
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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Marty Hall:

Actually, I had already gone to bed when you posted that last question.
Yes, Volume II covers the event listeners including the new ones. More Servlets and JSP (see http://www.moreservlets.com/) already covers all the existing ones.
Cheers-
- Marty

Thank you, Marty... I saw you posted this thread in the morning 5:47... You woke up early and access to this forum... How nice you are!!!
I can figure out now that most of the advance topics are in the Volume II. I think all the fundamentals and essentials to build a good web application are in Volume I...
Thanks a lot for your warmest reply...
Marty Hall
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Thank you, Marty... I saw you posted this thread in the morning 5:47...

Actually, my time zone is two hours later than the time zone of the system that hosts javaranch. So, it was actually 7:47 AM my time.
I can figure out now that most of the advance topics are in the Volume II. I think all the fundamentals and essentials to build a good web application are in Volume I...

Yup! That's the goal, anyhow.
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- Marty
Ko Ko Naing
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Marty, in somewhere(probably in this forum) that I don't remember, people said that it's fun to speak with you not only in the threads but also in the outside world... It's really fun to talk to you for me as well...
I wish your book(Second Edition) will be successful like the first edition...
Ko Ko Naing
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BTW, do u have any plan to give a lecture in Thailand? Or is there any company in Thailand invited you to give a lecture? I am currently residing in Thailand and I'm very interested in your teaching...
Coz I've read a lot of information about your teaching around the world, including Phillipine, which is not that far from Thailand...
 
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