yeh! I passed with a measily 77%, but it's still a pass! tips/advice: *Really really learn about custom tags and esp custom tag librarys, I had loads of questions on this. I can't stress enough the importance of doing work in these areas. *I had quite a few 'look at the following code' questions, with options like 'won't compile because.......' etc. So try and do as much practical hand on work as you can. JWebPlus really doesn't cover this as much as it cleary deserves( as there are quite a few question on this) *really really learn the deployment descriptor elements, I had a few of those as well. I got more questions on custom tags/tag librarys than any other topic, so really learn them! Overall I didn't deserve to pass this exam, as I did very little preparation other than actual project work that I've had to do over the last year in my current job. So I believe that if you've got at least a years j2ee experience, do all the jwebplus tests and read Alx Dark's exam prep - you will pass! Many thanks to: *Alx Dark - for his brilliant exam prep *and Javaranch - for usefull links, forums and mock test. Good luck for anyone who are getting ready for the cert! Many thanks, Rowan. [ July 15, 2002: Message edited by: Rowan Chattaway ]
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Congrats, Rowan! And thanks for the feedback. Can you please tell a little bit more about the type of questions on Custom Tag libraries that you found lacking in JWebPlus? About how many questions did you get on Custom tags? This will help us in enhancing JWebPlus so that it is more helpful to the users.