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Which servlet & jsp spec for SCWCD 310--081?

 
Gyan Shankar
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I have checked the FAQ it says Servlet 2.3 and JSP 1.2

Is this the version i should prepare for? for the SCWCD 310-081 exam?

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Hmmmm.... looks like the new bartenders have a bit more spring cleaning to do.

I think the FAQ mostly references the last version of the exam which was J2EE 1.3 and the latest exam (the one you mentioned) is 1.4 - not that the two are that incredibly differently aside from JSTL.

1.4 should be Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0

I promise we'll have the FAQ moved to an upgraded Friki(wiki) format by the end of the year.
 
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Thanks a lot for your reply.

Then i guess i need to work on Tomcat 5.

I just have some knowledge about servlet & jsp but not much experience.

Can someone please suggest i should start with Manning scwcd exam study kit (2nd edition) and then go for HFSJ
or
directly go to HFSJ?

I plan to take the exam in 6-8 weeks depending on my preparation.
 
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For the purposes of studying, Tomcat 5 should be fine, though you might also test anything against the J2EE 1.4 RI from Sun as well - just to be sure that things you're seeing aren't idiosyncracies of Apache's implementation. (Yes, I know it sounds semi-silly, but... you never know, as someone else once cautioned me on here.)
 
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