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difference between Oracle Certified Expert and Oracle Certified Professional

 
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Hi,

I heard the major difference between "Oracle Certified Expert WCD" and "Oracle Certified Professional WCD" (SCWCD before) is the former is based on JEE6 and later is based on JEE5.

Have studied for Oracle Certified Professional WCD exam and will it be advisavle to take up the Oracle Ceritified Expert WCD exam...


What are the main differences....

Kindly advice
 
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one is called:
Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Web Component Developer

the other one is called:
Oracle Certified Expert, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 JavaServer Pages and Servlet Developer


 
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But My Q is
Have studied for Oracle Certified Professional WCD exam and will it be advisavle to take up the Oracle Ceritified Expert WCD exam...

 
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Short answer: yes you should take the new JEE6 version if you dont care the score.
JEE6 exam has some new topics but lower passing score (60% vs. 72%), so even if you dont know about the new topics you will pass if you are well prepared for JEE5 exam.
But thats only my opinion.

See my post:
https://coderanch.com/t/543200/java-Web-Component-SCWCD/certification/Passed-OCEJWCD-SCWCD
 
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