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Please, help me, What is the difference between SCWCD and SCBCD ??

 
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HI, I want to know major difference between
Sun Certified Business Component Developer and
Sun Certified Web Component Developer.

Who should go for business component developer and who should go for
web component developer?

It would be great if somebody can give 1 or 2 examples of application
which can be developed by business component developer or web
component developer

Thank you
 
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SCWCD is about Servlets 2.4 and JSP 2.0. You'll learn how to make web applications using servlets, JSP and JSTL.
SCBCD is about EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0. You'll learn how to use enterprise Java beans, and how to persist data using JPA.

What are you interested in ? SCWCD sounds like a good start. You'll find all the details at Oracle's homepage.
 
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