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where can I find JSP and Servlet specification?

 
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I have recently completed SCJP exam and now planning to take SCWD exam. what's the best way to prepare? where can I find JSP and Servlet specification?
 
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my friend... If you search on google you will find it, just takes 10 seconds.
i did it for ya.
http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/download.html
this is for servlet spec.
now, for jsp spec is your turn..
cheers
 
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Servlet docs and servlet tutorial...
 
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... and there's also an SCWCD forum down below. Here's the SCWCD FAQs
 
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