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How to become SCSD?

 
Hung Tang
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How does one become Sun Certified Solutions Developer, a title earned by completing level 2 of jCert route. It is required that you complete SCJP, IBM's test 486 + any of Sun's vendor exam. What does this mean? Can this title be earned by completing test 486 and SCJD? Can someone explain to me how this works?
 
Allan Moster
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There's no such thing as SCSD.
 
Hung Tang
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I believe there's such a thing as SCSD. Check out www.jcert.org. I already found out the answer from there.
Thanks anyway.
 
Sergey Gribok
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Some months ago I asked the similar question to jcert Inititative themselves ( jcertinfo@jcert.org ). Here is their answer:
Regarding your question:
Can I include SCWCD (Sun Certified Web Component Developer) SUN's exam as
an Application Development for the Java Platform exam (Skill 2B) ?
The answer is "no" at this time. The Sun does not have any jCert
certification exams in the Level 2 area. Sun is only participating in jCert
at Level 1 and Level 3. Candidates who are interested in getting a Certified
Solutions Developer certification will need to take the 2A (vendor-neutral
exam from Prosoft-CIW, Oracle or IBM) and the 2B exam (from Hewlett-Packard,
IBM or Oracle).
 
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