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passed SCWCD

 
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hi all!
with a preparation of 2 months i passed SCWCD 1.4 today.
i prepared HFS&jsp
i got a lot of inspiration from this site & a lot of confidence after giving mock exams on j2eecertificate.com & jdiscuss.com.

1)surprisingly i found alot of questions on EL nearly 10.
2)questions on webapp development. <servlet> <welcome-file-list> <jsp.directive.page........> <ejb-local-ref>
3)webappsecurity <web-resource-collection> authentication types
patterns & filters atleast 10 quetions <servlet-name> in <filter-mapping> recognise all different patterns.
4)custom tags be prepared with all the interfaces & methods.
5)JSTL be prepares with foreach,choose,set var, set taget, jsp:include, <body-content>
preethi
 
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Congratulation Preethi
 
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