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Marc, It appears from the Bibliography of the Milkai Zaikin's rancher notes that they have been prepared in accordance with servlet 2.4,JSP 2.0,JSTL 1.1 specifications.Do those notes follow recent final release specifications of topics listed above?Is it safe to follow Mikalai Zaikin notes in SCWCD links?
and scroll to the bottom you will see a link that says According to Mikalai Zaikin. If you click you will find out how he covers the topic. His material is much more concise than mine and would probably be very good for a "last going over".
By the way my material covers all the subject of the syllabus so keep clicking to find it (grins)
Originally posted by Vipul Tulsulkar: Is it safe to follow Mikalai Zaikin notes in SCWCD links?
I've been using them as a supplement to HFSJ. I think they are great. As far as I can tell, they contain info straight from the specs, organized according to the exam objectives. I haven't noticed anything that doesn't jive with the specs. We'll see...I'm taking the exam tomorrow!
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Hi Marcus & Marc, In the first page of the document,perticularly in the revision history, you will find that the last updating of the notes was made according to final draft 5 of 14th March,2005.The final revised draft of JSP & servlets spec which you have provided in SCWCD links has recently been released.So,what is there any great difference between the two?
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I didn't see anything in Mikalais notes that would change your understanding of the objectives as tested on the exam.