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Which version of servlets & JSPs for SCWCD ?

 
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Hi,

Two years back I have got SCJP 1.4 certification and now right I am planning to take up SCWCD exam. Pls clarify me regarding few doubts.

1. which version of servlets and JSPs they cover in the current SCWCD exam?

2. which version of Tomcat I need to install to run the examples?

3. Do I need to have Eclipse or any other IDE while preparing for SCWCD?

one more general doubt.... I heard all Tomcat 5+ versions are app servers and prior versions are only web servers... is it??

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1. which version of servlets and JSPs they cover in the current SCWCD exam?
2. which version of Tomcat I need to install to run the examples?


Please read the FAQ

3. Do I need to have Eclipse or any other IDE while preparing for SCWCD?


You don't have to. If you feel like it, why not. It will save you time making tons of samples.

one more general doubt.... I heard all Tomcat 5+ versions are app servers and prior versions are only web servers... is it??


It's a servlet container. (I leave others debate what an app server is)
 
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