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dharini jha
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Hi
I am scjp1.4 ,and planning for scwcd1.4(3100081).
please help me in clearing following doubts.

I. i do not want to refer any book other then Head First...
will that be suffice,as the book is for exam code 3100080.
(If i'm not wrong....)
II.i have taken the the latest errata and updated the book...
but as far as servlet and jsp specification are concerned
do i still need to refer to them every time they are mentioned
in the book...
III.I have heard guys saying that SCWCD is easy as compared to SCJP
stating that the later requires much efforts.Please clarify...

Thanks...

Regards
Dharini
 
mani kanth
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I have heard guys saying that SCWCD is easy as compared to SCJP
stating that the later requires much efforts.Please clarify...



is it true............. (even i want to clarify this )
 
Rizwan Mohammad
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Hi dharini,
To pass scwcd1.4(310-081) you need to have latest HFSJ book which is written for J2ee1.4. you can verify this on cover of the book. Besides these for more information you can read specs and other articles for more information.
 
dharini jha
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Thanks Rizwan

I am sending the link,tell me if u talking abt the same book
www.oreilly.com/catalog/headservletsjsp/

Thanks
Dharini
 
Vishnu Prakash
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Yes the same book. Indian Edition would cost you around 500 INR
 
Rizwan Mohammad
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Dharani,
Yes Vishnu is correct. It is the same book.
All the best for your preparation.
 
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