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Hi all,
can anyone tell me whether the std actions covered in HFSJ is enough for the exam or is there any other std actions which i have to study from the spec ? I saw many of them when i went thro the spec. Anyone who has taken the exam got any question on std actions other than those specified in HFSJ ?

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Here you go.
Have a look at what Mr Bates says.

For your own good, you should read through the specs the JSP standard actions, and the JSTL General-Purpose Actions, Conditional Actions, Iterator Actions and URL related actions.
Anyway, focusing on the ones in HFSJ should be enough for the exam.
[ December 26, 2005: Message edited by: Satou kurinosuke ]
 
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