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Servlet 2.3 and jsp 1.2 specs.

 
Deepali Pate
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Hi,
Can someone give me link to
Servlet 2.3 and jsp 1.2 specs.
Does SCWCD exam mainly focus on Servlets and JSP's only??
If i dont have any experience of using servlets and JSP on live projects can i still attempt this exam and pass it.
Anyone can help me
Deepali
 
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The Servlet and JSP specs can be downloaded from here.
As for the exam content, it's a mixture of web application design (some of the J2EE patterns), along with Servlets, JSPs and custom tags.
JavaRanch maintains a great FAQ for this exam that can be found here.
Do you need real world experience? I would certainly recommend it although you can learn alot from playing around with something like Tomcat in conjunction with the specs. If you do have experience, it will undoubtedly help.
Cheers
Simon
 
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Great thnx for the links.
So u say its no a good idea to go for this if i dont have real world experience??
I am in the software field but am into sort of marketing for past 2 yrs. I do keep in touch with technology as well. I have the setup of the Websphere application server and apache with DB2 database and do play around with some code sometimes.
And yes i have Professional JSP book which i have not opened till today.
So tell me frankly whether i will be able to do this.
Thnx
rgs
Deepali
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You'll certainly be able to do the certification - it just won't be as easy as if you were using Servlets/JSPs on a day-to-day basic. If you have a scan through this and the Certification Results forum, you'll notice that quite a few people have acheived the certification with studying alone.
I say go for it...
Simon
 
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