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Any updates for SCEA exam (1)?

 
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Hi all, I am new to this forum and recently I am interested in SCEA.

By comparing the objectives posted in SUN web site and the Code's study guide, I found they are not requiring the same.

Can any body point out what's the updates since the Code's book and what version of Java EE is regarded by the exam?
 
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I think you mean 'Cade' when you say 'Code', by the by, but no matter really.

If you'd searched in this forum, you'd have seen that this is a common topic that's been discussed over the last several years. Likewise, a look at the FAQ would have also indicated what the search would have found for you - that Sun has not yet updated the exams since their inception.

Regarding the version - the Part I exam covers J2EE 1.2. You can use any general-release Java EE version for the Part II exam (including Java EE 5).
[ September 17, 2006: Message edited by: Theodore Casser ]
 
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Thanks! That's the very good notes and useful material.

BTW, urgently passed part 1 with 83% moment ago.

I would like to have a rest before going to take the part 2.

Any suggestions about the assignments?

-Philip
 
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