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Hi,
In order to pass the certification for SCWCD, do I need to have working knowledges of J2EE? I only have some working experiences in JDBC, JSP and Servlets.
Thanks.
 
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SCWCD only covers JSP's and Servlets check out the Objectives from the Links Page
 
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Hi,
If you are looking for a good J2EE tutorial, have a look at:
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/
As far as I understood you do not have to know all details, however an overview will help.
Greetings,
TK
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Carl, Thomas,
Thanks. They should be very helpful.
Regards,
Johnathan
 
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