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passed OCPJWCD 6.0

 
Yasir Karim
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Hello Guys,

I cleared OCPJWCD 6.0 and scored 82%.

How I prepared:
Studied Heads first Servlets & JSP
Studied Servlets 3.0 Specs
Wrote some code

I must admit I did not go through the mock exams but would recommend it to others.

Recommended:
web.xml elements
servlet config via web.xml, web-fragment.xml, annotations, api
filters, listeners
...

All the best.

Y.
 
Paul Anilprem
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Congratulations!!!
 
Ricardo Plascencia Silva
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Congratulations!!!
 
arulk pillai
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
Janki Shah
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Hi Yasir,

Congratulations on your success. I have one question for you, is Head First Servlets and JSPs on JEE 6 available? Or you studied JEE 5 book? Is there a big difference between to version? I am planning to give ocpjwcd 6 exam which version I should buy?

Yasir Karim wrote:Hello Guys,

I cleared OCPJWCD 6.0 and scored 82%.

How I prepared:
Studied Heads first Servlets & JSP
Studied Servlets 3.0 Specs
Wrote some code

I must admit I did not go through the mock exams but would recommend it to others.

Recommended:
web.xml elements
servlet config via web.xml, web-fragment.xml, annotations, api
filters, listeners
...

All the best.

Y.
 
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