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Confusion regarding Struts 1 in OCPJWCD

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Currently struts 2 is very popular for Web applications.
I just have query that why OCPJWCD has not included the points of Struts 1.
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Jagrutkumar Dalwadi,

Oracle Certified Expert, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 JavaServer Pages and Servlet Developer (Formerly Sun Certified JSP and Servlet Developer for the Java EE6 Platform (SCJSD 6)) certification provides knowledge required to develop Java EE 6 Enterprise applications using Oracle standard APIs/Components/Frameworks.

So, Struts or any other third-party frameworks may not be covered in Oracle certification. You should have knwoledge in JSR's related to this exam and no need to worry about other frameworks.

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