Java Web Component Developer Certification (SCWCD) / Edition 1by DALTON, Samuel Dalton, Sam Dalton
This book will provide the reader with a complete, definitive study guide for gaining a certification pass in the SCWCD exam. Each chapter is structured around one section of the exam objectives and follows it closely. This will help the reader focus on learning what is necessary for the exam without surrounding clutter. By the end of each chapter the reader will have… See more details below
This book will provide the reader with a complete, definitive study guide for gaining a certification pass in the SCWCD exam. Each chapter is structured around one section of the exam objectives and follows it closely. This will help the reader focus on learning what is necessary for the exam without surrounding clutter. By the end of each chapter the reader will have the knowledge required to answer any question on the subject that could appear in the exam. A revision sheet and exam-standard questions follow each chapter to further reinforce the topics in that chapter.
This doesn't mean that the book is only useful during the study period. All the objectives are explained using real-world examples so that the reader can come back to the book for reference. In addition to this the book contains a large case study that will integrate all the topics the reader has learned throughout the rest of the book. Java web applications are more than a disparate collection of topics and as such the case study pulls together all the topics in the book to give some context to the whole technology.
The book provides all that you will need to become a fully certified, professional Java web developer.
The book is accompanied with a CD from the popular exam simulator web site whizlabs.com to test the knowledge of the reader and prepare them for the exam conditions.
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Table of Contents
|Introduction to the SCWCD Exam||1|
|Ch. 1||The Servlet Model||15|
|Ch. 2||The Structure and Deployment of Modern Servlet Web Applications||47|
|Ch. 3||The Servlet Container Model||63|
|Ch. 4||Designing and Developing Servlets to Handle Server-Side Exceptions||85|
|Ch. 5||Designing and Developing Servlets Using Session Management||107|
|Ch. 6||Designing and Developing Secure Web Applications||131|
|Ch. 7||Designing and Developing Thread-Safe Servlets||153|
|Ch. 8||The JavaServer Pages (JSP) Technology Model||171|
|Ch. 9||Designing and Developing Reusable Web Components||199|
|Ch. 10||Designing and Developing JSP Pages Using JavaBean Components||215|
|Ch. 11||Designing and Developing JSP Pages Using Custom Tags||241|
|Ch. 12||Designing and Developing a Custom Tag Library||259|
|Ch. 13||J2EE Design Patterns||293|
|Ch. 14||Web Application Case Study||323|
|Ch. 15||Servlet Filters||375|
|App. A||Installing Tomcat||395|
|App. B||Using WroxSCWCD@Whiz||407|
|App. C: Exercise Answers||415|
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