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is there anyone to try jcert enterprise developer ?

 
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Dear jcert
I'm hyunchu lee from south korea.
in korea, the jcert certified job role is little known.
perhaps i may be the first one to try it.
i have some questions, but there are no experienced ones here. and
in FAQ at www.jcert.org,
the answers are not enough for me.
i passed all required exams for jcert enterprise developer last thursday.
these are followings.
1. Java Programmer Sun exam 310-025 ( maybe spring , 2002 )
2. OO Analysis & Design with UML IBM 000-486 ( April 25, 2003 )
3. Enterprise Connectivity IBM Exam 000-483 ( June 28, 2003 )
4. Bea Weblogic Application server 7.0 (0B0-300) ( August 14, 2003 )
all of them are registered in Prometric exam center.
and i got already SCJP certificate one year ago. but the rest was just recently passed.
my questions are
1. concretely, what certificates can i get?
i guess SCJP certificate from Sun and Weblogic certificate from Bea,
and what else?
2. how long does it take for me to get certificates?

3. how can i prove that i am an enterprise developer certified by jcert?
there are some certificates or ways to prove it?
4. is there some must process to get certificates?
for example, fax all score reports to jcert or other process?
i just passed all of them. but any other process will be needed more?
i hope your sincere answers from korea.
thank you for listening to me.
 
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Have a look on the jcert site and it details what you need to do.
http://www.jcert.org/jobroles/enterpriseDev.html#register
Given your exams, you are entitled to the jCert Enterprise Developer certification and BEA is should be the one who sends you the information according to the jCert site. You just have to send the proof you have completed the others.
Here is a quote from the site :


* Note that the vendor selected to fulfill the elective vendor exam requirement will be the certifying organization that will send the jCert Enterprise Developer certificate to the candidate. The certificate will be branded with two logos: the vendor's logo and the jCert logo. Candidates who pass the elective vendor exam will be required to send a copy of each score report (showing a passing score on each of the three required core exams) prior to receiving the jCert Enterprise Developer certification. After you have passed all three core exams, visit your elective vendor exam's certification site for more detailed information.

 
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Mistryl,
Thanks for joining JavaRanch, but could you take a quick look at the naming policy and edit your profile accordingly.
 
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