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SUGEST ME SCWCD/SCBCD

 
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hei dudes. i m new to this thread. i came from scjp thred,i need your valuble suggestion. can i take scbcd with out giving the scwcd. i know that we can take scbcd if we clear scjp. but i need your suggestion, is it correct way , can i clear without the scwcd knowledge.
thanks in adv
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can i clear without the scwcd knowledge
Yes, you can clear bcd without wcd, I have done so but I did it because I was waiting for HF servlets to be released. Unless you have work experience in EJBs or there is some other obligatory reason to clear bcd earlier than wcd, I would recommend you SCWCD before SCBCD.
EJB's have more abastract ideas than Servlets and JSP.

Hope this helps.
 
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