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Is it JRE 1.4 or 5 on the exam?

 
Elchin Asgarli
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I understood that it is J2EE API 1.4 tested on the exam, but what about JRE environment? Can we assume that features like autoboxing, enums, subclass return by method, etc. are not legal things?
 
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You'll see Java5 stuff at the exam, like enhanced for loops and generics. Nothing special. Just make sure you know how to use them.
 
Hebert Coelho
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For SCWCD i did not see anything special. Just a few "for"s and "if"s.

There more questions about EL, JSTL, Scriplet, Webservice (as deploy folders).

Its not that hear because, while scjp as you like "chose all that apply" scwcd says chose two. It already says the right number.

=D
 
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Hebert Coelho wrote:For SCWCD i did not see anything special. Just a few "for"s and "if"s.

There more questions about EL, JSTL, Scriplet, Webservice (as deploy folders).

Its not that hear because, while scjp as you like "chose all that apply" scwcd says chose two. It already says the right number.

=D

Webservices are not part of the exam objectives. There is a different exam for that.

And are you sure about "chose all that apply" in SCJP ? I think the number of answers is also given in SCJP.
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:
Hebert Coelho wrote:For SCWCD i did not see anything special. Just a few "for"s and "if"s.

There more questions about EL, JSTL, Scriplet, Webservice (as deploy folders).

Its not that hear because, while scjp as you like "chose all that apply" scwcd says chose two. It already says the right number.

=D

Webservices are not part of the exam objectives. There is a different exam for that.

And are you sure about "chose all that apply" in SCJP ? I think the number of answers is also given in SCJP.


Since this is SCWCD forum i assumed that he is speaking about Web Components.

=D

But, if it was about SCJP, im sorry about that! =D
 
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He is speaking about SCWCD, not about web services Be careful when using the word web services. Web Services are not in SCWCD.
 
Hebert Coelho
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I see. Thanks for the tip.

I did put like Web Services (as deploy forlders) just to indicate that it will have questions about those folders like WEB-INF/META-INF.

It wont happen again! =D
 
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