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Hi,

I have just completed SCJP 1.4. I am not too much experienced in JSP & Servlet coding.

I would like to know how many days is needed to prepare & complete SCWCD Exam assuming i dedicate at least two hours for reading daily.

could any one suggest me the best books which i can refer.

Thanks
Subu
 
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Hi Subu,

You can find more information regarding both of your questions in the SCWCD FAQ.

As far as book, I highly recommend Head First Servlets & JSP. It is not only a good introduction to Servlets and JSP, but it also coves each of the exam objectives in some depth.
 
subramanian annamalai
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply. but i am confused on seeing the books.

which book do i need to purchase ??


SUN CERTIFIED WEB COMPONENT DEVELOPER FOR THE JAVA 2 PLATFORM, ENTERPRISE EDITION - Hanumant Deshmukh and Jignesh Malavia

[or]

Professional SCWCD Certification by by Sam Dalton and Dan Jepp

[or]

Head First Servlets and JSP - By Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates


Please suggest me the best one ??


Thanks
Subu
 
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Dont confuse between these three books.

HFSJ by Brian Basham, K&B is the best book. As you told that you dont know much about Servlets & JSP you need to do lots of hands-on on them. All the best.
 
subramanian annamalai
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Thanks Narayanan for your response. could you please let me know any links which i can use to learn JSP & Servlets. before reading the book..like a lab tutorials

Subu
 
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only spec is enough! jsp spec,servlet spec,j2ee spec,ejb spec...
i have passed scwcd with 85% on january by two weeks Preparation,bless you!
 
Gavin Zhao
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Narayanan are you japanese?
japanese are all sb!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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