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sundar katluri
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Hi,
Thanks to HFS Team and all of you

Cheers
sundar
 
Sanjay pts
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Hi

Heartly congratulation for your success. I also want to appear for SCWCD, So please guide me and if you have any tips send me on my email
sanjaypts@yahoo.com
 
sundar katluri
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I basically followed this forum's suggestion(s)
I missed lot of questions on patterns,structure of web deployment

1. go through HFS(read twice) and prepare some quick reference notes
2. I did some mock exams(1.3) but they are little bit useful and not at all useful for new topics
for the following reasons
a. dont memorize all web.xml elements new exam concentrates on concepts not on memory only remeber few of them--> HFS will guide u.
web.xml order not important in 1.4 (see spec)
b. single thread model is depricated
so becareful while doing such exams..
3. take HFS mock exam(doing good score here is imp)
4.if you have time ,go through jsp 2.0 spec and jstl 1.1 spec
to get some extra knowledge
5. give importance to design patterns,i missed lot of questions on this(its last chapter in HFS ,i skimmed while reading second time)
6. i found Gijju notes usefull

Gijju notes
 
Sanjay pts
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hi
thank you very much for your help.

I want to ask you one thing that reading HFS&J is more then enough???
 
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