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BEA Certification ... help!

 
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Hello guys,
I would like to take BEA weblogic certification (the latest) - but i am not sure where to start.
I appreciate if any can answer the following questions for me. Thanks in advance.
1. Which of the current weblogic certification exams are based on EJB 2.0 specs. More precisely which one is the latest bea certification ?. (i am talking about bea server specialist certification).
2. I know that there is bunch of preparaion material available on this site.. thanks for those who have posted it, i would like to know the J2ee technologies that are needed for the prepartion of weblogic certification (is every thing required? ).
3. Is the exam specific to BEA implementation of EJB 2.0 specs.??

Thanks in advance
sam
SCJP, SCWCD
 
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