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Servlets 3.0 Mock Exam (related with OCPJWCD 6 / SCWCD 6 [CX-310-085])

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Howdy Ranchers!

I've prepared some questions related to the new SCWCD JEE6 exam (Oracle Certified Expert Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 JavaServer Pages and Servlet Developer) at my blog named NullHaus.
I couldn't find any mock exams / questions about the new Servlets 2.5 and 3.0 features like asynchronous servlets, annotations, web fragments, new initializer, etc. so I decided that it might be a good time to give something back to the Java community :-)

I hope this material will be useful for all ranchers who want to prepare for the new exam (but remember: the exact exam topics aren't published yet!) or just test their knowledge about the newest servlets specification, which is a part of the new exam. I am very interested about your opinion about these questions, so please feel free to post them!

I've tried to write simple and full explanation for every question as well as a reference to the specification. I've read the specification and made some notes about more interesting parts which were then tested and used to create the questions. Therefore, I hope it could be used as a review after the specification lecture.

Hope it will be useful for some Ranchers, and if so I might prepare some more material about the new EL features!

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Hi Pedro!

Well done

After my EJB preparation I will have a closer look, but it looks gooood!

You might consider putting it on the ranch here on the ScwcdLinks

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Looks great! Thanks!!!
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