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Hi,

I am preparing for SCWCD 5.
I have gone through HFSJ by Kathy n Bert.
In the book they have advised to study the servlet and jsp specification.
Can you please let me know whether i should cram those?
Is it really helpful? If yes please tell how should i go about with the specs.What strategy should i adopt?
 
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You can find it here

http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScwcdLinks

The specs are useful but you do not have to delve too deeply into them. Use them to clarify your queries.
 
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Hi,

Its upto you my friend.For me It was enough to read the HFSJ.Do some practical applications as much as you can.Then after If there are any gaps you can follow the specs If you want.Frankly saying, for my exam preperation I didn't go through the specs.
 
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