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Confused: 1Z0-352 vs 1Z0-895

 
asif rasul
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I am planning to take up OCP JBCD 6. While surfing I came across these two exam codes (1Z0-352 vs 1Z0-895) both of which say OCP JBCD 6. Can anyone please explain which is the actual one?

Also, in the scbcdLinks page the version given is CX-311-093. Please mention the new Oracle exam code there for newbies like us.

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Thanks for your response.

But this is not what I was looking for. I am not asking about the two separate certifications for JPA and EJB 6.

My question is regarding EJB 6 only. As per ORC-0311 document I got (now, I don't know form where I downloaded it , I was surfing ) the exam code for OCP JBCD 6 exam is 1Z0-352. But the oracle site gives the code as 1Z0-895.

I am confused on these two codes for the same EJB6. Please help.
 
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Did you ever get the answer? The link you posted appears to be dead (at least, it takes forever to load). I also want to prepare for the EJB3.1 exam, and I got the "EJB3 in action" book as well as Ivan Krizsan's OCP JavaEE 6 EJB Developer Study Notes. The study notes say the first 13 chapters align to the certification objectives, but these appear to be the objectives for the 352 exam. Or at least, when searching for one of the objectives, I ended up at http://www.coderanch.com/t/498624/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Beta-Sun-Certified-EJB-Developer#2251312, which seems to concern 1Z0-352.

My main question is: is preparing for 1Z0-352 enough for passing 1Z0-895?
 
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Hi Pieter,

You can can find valuable information on the Oracle website and here on Javaranch on the ScbcdLinks. The notes of OCPEJBD in the SCBCD links are all targeting the new exam (1Z0-895).

The other thing that is very helpful is the possiblility to do a search on the Certification Results forum and see how other people prepared for the exam.

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Frits Walraven wrote:Hi Pieter,

You can can find valuable information on the Oracle website and here on Javaranch on the ScbcdLinks. The notes of OCPEJBD in the SCBCD links are all targeting the new exam (1Z0-895).

The other thing that is very helpful is the possiblility to do a search on the Certification Results forum and see how other people prepared for the exam.

Regards,
Frits


Frits,

I see you made an extract of the EJB spec that is needed for the exam? (1Z0-895) Also, I see that Ivan's notes pertain to the CX-311-093 exam, and that that is the former exam for 1Z0-895? Still, I wonder what the differences are between CX-311-093 and 1Z0-895. Do you know if there is any?
 
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Hi Peter (wrote your name well this time )

Still, I wonder what the differences are between CX-311-093 and 1Z0-895. Do you know if there is any?

There is no difference (just Oracle giving the exams a different code...)

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Frits Walraven wrote:Hi Peter (wrote your name well this time )

Still, I wonder what the differences are between CX-311-093 and 1Z0-895. Do you know if there is any?

There is no difference (just Oracle giving the exams a different code...)

Regards,
Frits


Great, that's what I wanted to read.

Btw, if I read through your EJB spec notes, I don't have to read through the entire EJB spec anymore? E.g. do your notes contain everything from the spec that is needed for the exam?
 
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Btw, if I read through your EJB spec notes, I don't have to read through the entire EJB spec anymore? E.g. do your notes contain everything from the spec that is needed for the exam?

My notes do cover all the topics for the exam, but they are certainly not enough to pass the exam. Just check the Certification Results forum, and read what others did!

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