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Passed IBM 829 80%

 
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Hi,

Just got back from the exam-centre where I passed the IBM 829 exam.
It was a fairly difficult exam. What resources did I use?

1. JSR168 specs. It think about 40% of the exam is related to this
2. The student notes books of course WP610.

There were some odd questions like: what kind of rights do you need to install RAD7

Also a question on AJAX(XMLHttpRequest)

Questions about portal services, credential vault and business process integration, composite applications, JSF (which I didn't learn about) and struts) and cooperative portlets (broker service)

Regards,
Rick
[ May 07, 2007: Message edited by: Rick Rangers ]
 
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Congrats Rick, great job!



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Thanks!
 
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Hi,

I read your post too late. I don't understand
what you're asking.

Could you be more specific?

Success with the exam!

Regards,
Rick
 
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