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Preparing for OCEJWCD 6

 
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Dear all,

I have studied the Head First book, but it aims at SCWCD 5,
which means Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0.

For this reason I bought Charles Lyons book that aims at OCEJWCD 6,
which IMHO should mean Servlet 3.0 and JSP 2.2. But he is sticking
to JSP 2.0.

Now, is Charles Lyons mistaken or is JSP 2.0 really sufficient for passing the exam ??

 
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Not too many questions in Servlet 3.0 for OCPEJWCD 6 exam that I took. If you master HFSJ, you should have great chance to pass. That being said, you still need to be familiar with Servlet 3.0 spec.
 
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Hi Joe,

Servlet 3.0 is NOT the issue, Charles Lyon do teach servlet 3.0.
What worries me is, that he teaches JSP 2.0 (jsr 152) while I was expecting JSP 2.2 (jsr 245) !!
 
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There are people, who took the exam and passed, did not go through JSP spec, me being one of them. You can read the stories of those who passed in this site. Mock exams should have enough examples to get you familiar with it. I'd suggest that you go through JSP spec 2.2 yourself if you have time and want to be extra careful. Good luck.
 
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