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Books for the OCPJWCD 6 exam

 
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I am confused . Is the "Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 JavaServer Pages and Servlet Developer Certified Expert Exam (CX-310-085) " the exam for JEE 6 for servlets and JSP.
Is it the Oracle Certified exam for servlets and JSP for 1.6 as was the SCWCD 5 exam
for J2EE 1.4


If yes what are the books that we should read for this
exam . Is there any Head First for JEE 6 (Servlet 3.0 etc ) or Head First book for this exam.
Can someone tell me when this exam came out . When I checked in the beginning of March
I understood that its still not available.
 
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Hi Simran!

Have you checked and read this thread?

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I just read the last few posts in this thread. Should have read the whole thing.
Sorry for the trouble. Now have read it.

Frits can you suggest some books for JEE 6 .

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I don't think there is a book yet that covers all the exam topics. The way to go is to study a book like HF for all the basics and read the specs (and/or all the provided material in the mentioned thread) for all the new things.

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