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Hi Pardeep
I am wondering is it right time to go for weblogic certification as I observed from there web site they still offer WebLogic 6.x cerification. While they have launched WebLogic 7.x in maket. If we take 6.x certification it will not be valid for long time.
Please suggest whether to go for WL 6.x certification or wait or some time till WL 7.x certification is available.
 
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Dear Arun,
In my belief, its still a long time before WebLogic Ver 7.X Certification come in market. There is a long time ahead for WebLogic 6.0 Certification to continue to be valuable.
I would not suggest to wait for action to happen at BEA's side. You should take the action!!!
I hope this helps.
Regards and best wishes
Pradeep
 
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Pardeep
Thanks for info.
There is change in 6.x to 7.x WL like support of WebServices,J2EE 1.3 complince and WL 7.x has its own deployment descriptor compare to 6.x which you rely on IDE or by hand and other features. How can we coverup those areas in 6.x? I think particular to WebServices for which demand is likely to be pickup in near future.
 
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