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Question on Servlet, JSP and JSTL specs as regard to SCWCD 5

 
Meera Pallath
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I am working towards SCWCD5 certf, considering Heads First book as my Bible

Based on the recommendation in the forum,downloaded the specs and they are huge.

Servlet spec is 330 pages, JSP around 478 and JSTL around 254 pages. That is quite overwhelming.

Those of who took the SCWCD5 exam, could you please guide me on how to tackle this? Please share your recommendations

Thanks for your help,
Meera
 
kumarsp kumar
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Please respond to Meera's question above. I'm also preparing for SCWCD 5 and I need to know how does SCWCD 5 differ from 1.4. Do I need to see the specs of Servlet 2.5, JSP 2.1 and JSTL1.2. If so, it would really be great if someone could let me know what are the news things that got added to Servlet 2.5, JSP 2.0 and JSTL1.2 when compared to the previous versions.
 
kumarsp kumar
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I see some new topics called var-args, annotations and generics. Are these covered as part of SCWCD 5 exam. If so, please let me know what are the other new topics covered for SCWCD 5 apart from the current ones in 1.4
 
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kumarsp,
Please check the following links:
Specs:
SCWCD 1.4 Links
SCWCD 5 Links
SCWCD 5 FAQ
 
Meera Pallath
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Thanks Christophe for the links. I did go thru the links previously.

I am just checking if the folks who took the exam did read thru the whole specs.. I am finding it quite overwhelming...
So looking for some tips/ suggestions on that

Thanks
 
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