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SCWCD 1.4 passed with 84%

 
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Happy to announce!!! I passed the SCWCD 1.4 exam (84%) today� it took 3 weeks with minimum of 4 �5 hours of preparation every day�
Following for the few suggestion for future SCWCD exam takers
1.Concentrate on EL, how to use �.�,[] operator, how to use to use in custom tags and there implicit objects
2.JSTL 1.1 core tags, conditional and URL tags �download the JSTL 1.1 spec from sun
3.J2EE patterns -(take notes from prentic Core j2ee patterns best practices&design 2nd edition for those 5 patterns...) you will for sure able to answer the questions�its kind of straight forward
4.Servlets 2.4 spec from sun. Concentrate on listener class and there events. Requestdispatcher, illeagalstateException condition�
5.JSP2.0 spec from sun. Implicit object, syntax and some core API like pageContext
6.Simple /classic tags life cycle and there method return status value

Some thing new was ejb-env deployment tags�so browse through the ejb deployment tags�and be strong in deployment syntax�

Cheers,
Sai,
SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4
SCBCD (preparation�)
 
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Congrats!!!
What's next?
 
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Hi sairam,

Hearty Congrats on a great score..
Good luck for all the future exams..
Thankyou for your valuable advices.

Javainn
 
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