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Preparing for OCPJWCD

 
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Dear All,

I have started preparing for OCPJWCD. I have gone through the faq and SCWCDLinks
I have seen there is a latest addition to Charles Charles Lyons book. I wanted to know, i am preparing from Head First JSP and Servlets, additionally
from Servlet 3.0 Specification. I will be using Enthuware as an exam simulator. I am looking forward to know, is this enough to prepare for the exam,
or i need to buy Charles Lyons book or some other book. Any pointers will be helpful.

Thanks,

 
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I am planning to take the exam the end of this month. I use HFSJ 2nd, Servlet spec 3, and Enthuware. If I pass, then that should be enough.
 
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Hi joe,
That's great. Do keep me updated.
Regards,
Ben
 
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Hi Ben,

For some reason I could not access this site for a few weeks until now. I did pass the exam with 85% a week ago. So with the materials that you have now for studying, it should be sufficient. Good luck.
 
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Hi joe!
Thanks for letting me know. Congratulations for passing the exam with flying colors.
BR,
Ben
 
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