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java.net, jdbc/odbc bridge, & applets on the ocpjp exam

 
domingos manuel
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hi everyone.
sorry, I know this might be crazy. java networking, databases (sql statements, connections, etc) as well as applets (including graphics, java 2D, and multimedia) are not listed as scjp/ocpjp certification objectives, but are in most complete java books.
can anyone please assure me I can skip this material when preparing for the exam?
sorry for repeating myself.
thanks
 
sudipto shekhar
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Yes, you can!!!
 
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but are in most complete java books.


The SCJP covers core java. The other skills that you mentioned are covered in separate certifications like the SCWCD / SCBCD etc.
 
Prithvi Sehgal
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Hello Domin,

Check Oracle official website for the course contents. You will get a clear set of objectives from there.

HTH,
 
Sunny Bhandari
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You seem confused.

You should follow certification books to be sure that you don't read anything extra than required for certification
 
ujjawal rohra
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Hi Domingos ,

Complete java books try to teach you complete java but SCJP course is not complete java right.
It has a particular syllabus and the topics you listed above are not included in it..
You can check the oracle website to be sure as suggested by Prithvi.

All the best..
 
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