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Weblogic 6.1 developer certification exam

 
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Hi,
I am planning to appear for weblogic 6.1 developer exam. I am not able to get much information about this on the net. Can anyone please give me the links for mock tests and any other helpful material?
Thanks,
Richa
 
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have a look at http://www.getgamma.com/wlscert/wls6studyguide.html
why are you interested in a 2-geration-old cert? Just curious :-) (also testing fee is $50 more expensive than WLS 7.0, and ... WLS 8.1?)
good luck.
-Chux
 
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Hi Chux
The link is helpful. Thanks for the same. I have worked on weblogic6.1 and have tried weblogic7.1 but was not able to deploy my project apps on weblogic 7.1 due to RDBMSRealm security problems. I dont have much hands-on experience on Weblogic 7.1.
Thanks for ur good luck.
-Richa
 
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Richa, you can now download the whole suite of Weblogic products for development purposes. They have gotten rid of the 'evelauation' nonsense, it's now a permanent program. So you can run Weblogic 7.0 on your home PC.
 
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