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how to get the spec JSR specs (JSR 170)

Drew Volpe
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I'd like to get a copy of the JSR 170 spec (it's a common API for
CMSs). Is there any way to do this without going through the
whole process of becoming a JCP member (which involves filling out
a packet of forms and mailing them in) ?

I can't seem to find a way to download it or even just an API
overiview from their site without signing up.


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