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Balaji Madhavan

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Hi All,

I need some guidance in choosing the version of the SCBCD exam to my level.

I have worked with EJBs in my last project but currently I have lost touch with the same.

I have completed SCJP 1.4 and SCWCD 1.4 and I am looking for doing SCBCD.

Which version of SCBCD will be suitable to me? Can it be 3.0 or 5.0?

Also, kindly suggest me the right books and exam simulators so that I can practice with the right stuff.

I am planning to give the SCBCD exam after 2 months from now and so will the time line be suited for the preparation?

Need help from you ranchers.

Regards,
Balaji

SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4
Hi All,

I managed to score 85% in SCWCD 1.4.
I felt that the real exam is a bit tougher when compared to the exam simulators prescribed by javaranch.
I like to thank Kathy and co for HFJS which guided me to understand many new concepts in JSP in a brain friendly way.
I also like to thanks the SCWCD forum. I was not posting any questions but I happen to view the questions posted regularly before taking up the exam.

Regards,
Balaji

SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4
I am planning to give my SCWCD exam by 29 sep. I was preparing some mock test questions and encoutered this question.

A JSP page uses a Java bean as shown below:
<%@page import="beans.Student"%>
<%
Student student = new Student();
student.setName("abc");
session.setAttribute("studentObj", student);
%>

The question is about using standard actions to print the name property of Student object.

The answer is given as
<jsp:useBean id="studentObj" class="beans.Student" scope="session"/>
<jsp:getProperty name="student" property="name"/>

As per the spec, the value of the id attribute used in the jsp:useBean should be used in the name attribute of jsp:getProperty.

But I notice the "student" [The object declared in the java program] is used instead of "studentObj" from jsp:useBean tag.

I am in need of a clarification regarding the usage of "student" instead of "studentObj" in this case.

Regards,
Balaji
SCJP 1.4