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BEA no more with JCERT

 
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Hi,
I was browsing through some of the old posts in this forum, and came to know that .. 'BEA is no more with the JCERT program'. I am surprised that JCERT website is not updated with this info (sounds funny). I have no value for JCert anymore if they really did'nt update the site with such information.
Anyway folks, if you clear the BEA weblogic exam, BEA issues a certificate titled ' BEA Specialist - Server ' . However u dont need any other certifications listed in jcert to acheive this certification.
Was side-tracked with Jcert .. Moving back into the regular sun track . The SCBCD and SCEA Assignment and thats it .. then i will be all done.
Dinesh
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I have found out that you are correct, and I will notify jCert, and ask them to update their web site. I find this news to be particularly distressing.
[ October 30, 2003: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ]
 
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