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Looking for Intensive Course on SCWCD

 
amsiraj
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Is there any intensive course on SCWCD at Chennai or Bangalore / India ? I would like to learn tricks and techniques in 15 days. e.g JSP / deploying a web application, writing deployment descriptor, connecting to database etc.., If anyone knows about an Institute which offers hand on fast track training then please post it here. Thank you for your help in advance.
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Dee Brown
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I am not in India, but 2 weeks is too short. I have been reading HSF for 4 weeks. I have read 12 of the 14 chapters and have about 90 pages left (ch12 and 13). I likely have over 100 pages from the associated specs as well. In my opinion, this is the route needed if you really want to learn the subject. If one were just looking to pass the exam they could just study the answers to the questions provided in mock exams. However, they would eventually have apply themselves and that is likely where they would fail.
 
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Thank you for your reply Dee .

I have read the H F S & JSP book from Kathy. What I am looking is some practical kind of guidance such as setting up various Web Servers / Containers to work on. How to make Web User Interfaces to interact with EJB etc., I do think that 15 days would be enough. Am I right ?

Is there any individual / Institute in Chennai/Bangalore can help me with my requirements? I am coming to India on July 12th 2008.

Thank you for your help in advance.
 
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Sirajudheen your response is confusing. To study for the SCWCD exam you only need one standard web container working, generally this would be Tomcat and if you fire up NetBeans Tomcat is pre-configured for you. The exam does not cover any aspect of EJB so you appear to be studying for some other topic rather than the SCWCD exam. What is your actual intention?
 
Reema Patel
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To study for the SCWCD exam you only need one standard web container working, generally this would be Tomcat.

That's right. You'll not need anything else besides a standard Web container like Apache Tomcat.
 
amsiraj
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Thank you for your reply. It is not just for the exam as I want a servlet to interact with EJB. Sorry for the confusion.
 
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Why don't you use Head First Servlets and JSP's book. It is as good as your 15 day training program for less money.
 
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"amsiraj",
Please check your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.
-Ben
 
Dee Brown
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I believe you are looking for a book/course that would provided real world experience (i.e. DD to HTML/CSS development), as opposed to one that helps you study for the exam. I do not know of a single course (link below) or book that provides this. You will need to review the objectives of courses and the toc of books to see if they meet your requirements. Their may be something out there.

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/java/index.xml?cid=921688

However, one thing that comes to mind is the Sitepoint series. They may have a book available. Also, you may find an appropriate tutorial (like the following) at their site:

http://www.sitepoint.com/article/java-6-steps-mvc-web-apps
 
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