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prescribed book for SCWCD

 
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Hi,

I cleared my scjp exam 2 weeks back. I want to start my scwcd preparation so where to start. which is the good book? ideally how much time does one take. i have a novice in scwcd have never created even a jsp.

so please help me with some good book and study plan.

Thanks in advance
 
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This thread had some good sugesstions: https://coderanch.com/t/176411/java-Web-Component-SCWCD/certification/rollS-Over-SCWCD

They reference HFSJ which is Head First Servlets & JSP. I have just begun my preparation for the exam. I got that book and the SCWCD Study Guide (Exam 310-081). The head first book is easy to ready and holds my interest well. The Study Guide is in the same series that I used for the programmer exam, I liked it then...hoping I like this one as much.
 
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Thanks for your reply craig.
 
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Good one by marcus

http://www.examulator.com/moodle/course/view.php?id=5&topic=all
 
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