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Best book for the SCWCD

 
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Hello,

I would like to order a book to learn before passing the SCWCD exam.

Which are the best books on the topics ?

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I studied from K&B Head First Servlets and JSP and it is really good. Main thing is you dont get bored reading the book :-)
 
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This one ?

http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9780596516680/index.html
 
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I also used Head First Servlets & JSP (First Edition, though). It was fun to read, and did an excellent job of covering what you need to learn for the exam.
 
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ok, thanks all, I have just ordered this book
 
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which is the best Edition of "Head first servlet and Jsp" for preparing fot upgraded version of SCWCD??
and which one is better SCWCD or
 
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what is the latest Edition of "Head first servlet and JSP" for preparing for upgraded version of SCWCD (exam number : CX-310-084)?
and which one is better SCWCD(exam number :CX-310-083) or upgraded version of SCWCD (exam number : CX-310-084)?

thanks in advance

vijay
 
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which one is better SCWCD(exam number :CX-310-083) or upgraded version of SCWCD (exam number : CX-310-084)?


You can take the upgrade (084) if you already have passed an old version of SCWCD. If you don't, you have no choice but to take the 083. In both case, the 2nd edition of HFSJ will do.
 
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Many of my students find Head First Servlets and JSPs to be enough, especially if they have a strong background in Java.

Some mock exams never hurt, either.

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