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My First step towards SCWCD

 
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Hi All,
I have cleared SCJP1.4. I want to start preparing for SCWCD. I have never worked on JSP and SErvlets before. I have always been in Corejava.
Wud appreciate your guidance on my first step towards SCWCD.
 
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The Javaranch Cattle Drive is a good starting point for the Servlets. I'm using the Core Servlets and JSP book by Hall and Brown as the Just Java book is thin at best in this area.
 
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Hi Tanu,
For myself, I strongly recommended the book SCWCD Exam Kit by Mr. Hanumant Deshmukh, published by Manning.
I also used its exam simulator, JWeb+, as part of the preparation.
I have read the book 3 times and done all 7 tests in JWeb+ 2 times in order to make sure I understand most of the concepts before taking the exam.
Hope this help.
Nick
 
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Which book is best to understand JSP and servlets from the scratch and deeper , and which contains lotza examples ?
Thanks
Veena
 
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Originally posted by Veena Point:
Which book is best to understand JSP and servlets from the scratch and deeper , and which contains lotza examples ?
Thanks
Veena


Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, by Marty Hall
 
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I hope that More Servlets and JavaServer Pages of Marty Hall contains more advance topics on those components.... Just would like to fulfill more...
[ December 10, 2003: Message edited by: Ko Ko Naing ]
 
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Thanks everybody for ur valuable suggestions....
..will surely help me in the preparation..
 
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Hi NICK(Nicholar Cheng)
when your explaining to Tanu,
For myself, I strongly recommended the book SCWCD Exam Kit by Mr. Hanumant Deshmukh, published by Manning.
>>>>>>>>>where I can get the kit
I also used its exam simulator, JWeb+, as part of the preparation.
>>>>>>>what is the URL , I can download the exam simulator
please help me

with regards
bala
 
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Originally posted by dbala subramaniam:

where I can get the kit


You can buy at Amazon through this link...
SCWCD Study Kit at Amazon


what is the URL , I can download the exam simulator


Here is the URL to JWebPlus...
http://www.enthuware.com/jwebplus/index.html
Hope these might help u....
 
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