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hi all

can anyone guide me how to prepare for scwcd.
i have K&B for 1.4, is that enough for preparing for 1.5
is that K&B is enough or we have to refer more.
what are all the other things we have to prepare for this exam
and how to prepare for the exam, i can do small programs using servlets
i am a beginner in jsp.
can anyone guide me how to prepare and practice.

regards
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i have K&B for 1.4, is that enough for preparing for 1.5


To avoid confusion, Kathy&Bert's book is called HFSJ As stated here, this will be enough. Don't forget to look at the tutorial on Dynamic Attributes.

You'll find some interesting material in the following links:
  • SCWCD 1.4 Links
  • SCWCD 1.4 FAQ
  • SCWCD 5 Links
  • SCWCD 5 FAQ
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