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Sevlet and JSP Specs

 
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Hi to all ranchers,

Do I need to read everything about the Servlet and JSP specfications for the SCWCD?
 
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The specs are not absolutely essential. It is possible to pass just by reading the Head First book (probably multiple times). However, I found that reading the specs really helped drive home the details. I did not read the specs cover to cover, but rather went through each of the exam objectives and looked them up in the specs.
 
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Could you please give the link for the specs ?

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Thanks for the info.
 
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