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New beta test CX-311-085: Sun Certified JSP and Servlet Developer for the JEE 6 Platform

 
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:Well, I can suggest you to look at the Prometric web site (2test.com).

It shows both registration date and the date you took the test.

HTH,
MZ



Thanks Mikalai, this was what I was looking for.

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is head first servlet and jsp 2nd edition good for preparing for this test?
can i start preparation from this book ..
and after this please suggest me which book i should follow for new topics in syllabus ?
 
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Saurabh Ku wrote:is head first servlet and jsp 2nd editiongood for preparing for this test?
can i start preparation from this book ..
and after this please suggest me which book i should follow for new topics in syllabus ?


Of course you can refer HFSJ to learn the basics and prepare for SCWCD 5. But I don't think any book available yet for JEE6 (Servlet/JSP) certification. If you know the basics well, then it'd be learning the new objectives included. You may refer the specifications (Servlet/JSP/JSTL) to learn the new things.
 
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Vijitha Kumara wrote:

Saurabh Ku wrote:is head first servlet and jsp 2nd editiongood for preparing for this test?
can i start preparation from this book ..
and after this please suggest me which book i should follow for new topics in syllabus ?


Of course you can refer HFSJ to learn the basics and prepare for SCWCD 5. But I don't think any book available yet for JEE6 (Servlet/JSP) certification. If you know the basics well, then it'd be learning the new objectives included. You may refer the specifications (Servlet/JSP/JSTL) to learn the new things.

 
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