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Hi,
Is any specific certification available for spring technology.
which book is good for spring

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The Spring Certification is more like a "final exam" for the course. It requires you to take the course.

With respect to books, I like "Spring in Action".
 
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Please give more details what is the final exam
 
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Sorry. I meant that as an analogy. The exam covers what was taught in the course. You still have to go to a testing center to take it. You get a free attempt at it so it is like it comes with the course.
 
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Spring certifications are available via VMware- http://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/plan.cfm?plan=31110&ui=www_cert

Basically 3 certification - each one is independent of the other - though if you are starting of - the first one to do would be the Spring Professional
Like Jeanne has pointed out it's a combination of classroom training followed by a certification exam (you have 1 year from end of course to give the exam.)

A really good start place to get all the details related to the exam would be http://springcert.sourceforge.net/

I believe that includes a good section from 1.2 Question Breakdown By Topic
This breakdown is not "official". See Jeanne Boyarsky*'s Spring 3.X Certification Experiences for more details.

* Thought I recognized the name from somewhere
 
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