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Jalaram Suthar
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Joined: Feb 25, 2013
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hi, i want to do certification in j2ee, i have done scjp 5.0
please advise me which one of the j2ee certification has more scope for banking and finance domain (j2ee)
K. Tsang
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Jalaram Suthar wrote: hi, i want to do certification in j2ee, i have done scjp 5.0
please advise me which one of the j2ee certification has more scope for banking and finance domain (j2ee)


Welcome to the Ranch.

For Java EE, there's developer cert for web (servlets & JSP), EJB/JPA, and web services. Even an enterprise architect cert.

I doubt any of these certs have any scope in banking and finance. So what Java EE tech are you using, maybe you want to get certified in that area.


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Jalaram Suthar
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 25, 2013
Posts: 2
HI K. Tsang
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we are using

web services (Mostly SOAP),
JDBC, JNDI,EJB, JMS
JSP, SERVLETS

Thanks
K. Tsang
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Then all Java EE developer certs are applicable. It's just a matter of if you want to get certified and is it a must. The choice is yours.
 
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