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Errata to Java Servlet Programming, 1st Edition

This page lists the known non-trivial mistakes and updates to Java Servlet Programming. For an exhaustive list of updates, see http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/jservlet/errata/.

If you believe you have spotted a mistake, please contact bookquestions@oreilly.com.



Preface, Page xii (as well as other locations)
The URL for the Java Servlet Development Kit (JSDK) has changed from http://jserv.java.sun.com to http://java.sun.com/products/servlet.

Chapter 1, Page 10
The JavaServer Toolkit is now synonymous with the JavaServer Engine and is available at http://java.sun.com/products/javaserverengine/.

Chapter 6, Page 191
It should be pointed out that Microsoft Internet Explorer does not yet support server push and the multipart/x-mixed-replace content type.

Chapter 8, Page 226
The Example 8-2 code that generates the SC_UNAUTHORIZED code fails on some servers where the implementation of sendError() is such that it doesn't allow the following WWW-Authenticate header to be set. The fix is to call setHeader() before sendError().

Chapter 12, Page 377 (New)
The description of Example 12-7 incorrectly states the code displays "Hello World!" in Hebrew. Turns out I never got that translation nailed.

Appendix E, Page 484
The charsets for Chinese are reversed. Simplified/Mainland should be GB2312, and Traditional/Taiwan should be Big5. Elsewhere in the book it is correct.

 


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