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SUN Java CAPS integrator certification

 
Venkat Thiagarajan
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I am thinking of taking SUN Java CAPS Integrator certification.

While I have a lot of experience with other EAI products such as CheckFree, I do not have any knowledge on JCAPS. Also my experience in JAVA programming is limited(about 6 months, 1 project) and I have used Eclipse IDE about 3 years ago. Before investing efforts into JCAPS would like to know the following:

How do I go about preparing for the certification? Do I need to be a JAVA expert first to learn JCAPS or with my moderate knowledge(say after brushing up) can I pursue JCAPS cert?Can the certification exam to tackled without a real life project experience? what prerequisites are needed before taking the JCAPS certification exam?

I would like to get any tips or suggestions from those who have taken the certification.

Thanks



 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Venkat!
 
Venkat Thiagarajan
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Thanks Jan...

From lack of response, may be this is not the right place for the questions that I have asked...Can you suggest where I can post queries about JCAPS certificaton?

Thanks in advance for your help.
 
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It is the right forum.

I did a quick search of JCAPS , and it doesn't seem to be a popular topic. We do get lots of questions on Sun certifications, but not on this one.

I think that the lack of response reflects the popularity of this particular certificate.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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