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Plan for SCWCD, suggestion?

Fei Ng
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1. Read book: Java Servlet Programming (2nd Edition) p.753
2. Install J2EE,Tomcat. (while reading servlet)
3. Read book: Professional JSP 2nd Edition p.1000 (WOW, 1000 pages)
4. keep posting here + do mocks
5. Exam day.
I have no background on J2EE.
A lot of reading... i think it will take forever.
But that will have to do.

thanks for reading.
Jim Petersen
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Joined: Jul 24, 2001
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Don't forget going through the to the links page!
http://www.javaranch.com/scwcdlinks.jsp
and checking the exam objectives, examining the various api's and using other people's notes!
all the best - Jim


- Jim Petersen <br />SCJP2<br />SCWCD<p>- but then again, I could be wrong...
Fei Ng
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Do you think a month or 2 is enough time to all that?
Lee Xu
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I think it depends on how many hours you input per day. 3-4 hours for each day in two months should be good.
raj sekhar
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I have observed many people speaking about 'tomcat' and ONLY tomcat for the preparation of scwcd but not any other web/app server...wonder if any questions related to tomcat too have a say in the actual exam OR does tomcat have any better features for j2ee than other webservers?
Thanks
Raj
Fei Ng
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Originally posted by raj sekhar:
I have observed many people speaking about 'tomcat' and ONLY tomcat for the preparation of scwcd but not any other web/app server...wonder if any questions related to tomcat too have a say in the actual exam OR does tomcat have any better features for j2ee than other webservers?
Thanks
Raj

I dont think there is any question related to tomcat.
Most people use tomcat cuz it supports the latest Servlet and JSP.
 
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