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IBM 157 or 158?

 
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Hello everyone...first of all I would like to thank everyone for the support and guidance for all the exams...I took SCWCD exam on wednesday...passed with 94% . If not for Java ranch...I would'nt have made it. U guys are doing great job...Kudos to u!
Now I want to prepare for websphere...and in a fix whether to take 157 or 158....I really don't know the difference...if anyone can throw some ...I'll be very glad...
Thanks once again!
 
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http://www.jcert.org
 
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The 157 exam is for IDE (intergrated development environment)
The 158 is for the Application server exam.
Note : IBM now has made Websphere a comman brand name for many of it products like VisualAge will now be part of Websphere family..
 
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Hi!,
IBM 158 is the WAS 4.0 exam consisting of EJB, JSP, Servlets, Transactions, WorkLoad Management, WAS tools etc. The exam is EJB pre-dominant. So be sure to study them a lot. If u have already taken the exam, tell me
bye.
Sachin
 
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