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Brainbench J2EE exam

 
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Hi,
Has any one taken up the Brainbench - 'Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE)' certification ?
Can anyone give me some suggestion to start preparing for the exam.
And now J2EE higher versions are released, is it good to take up J2EE 1.3 certification.
Thanks
 
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Hi Brindha
I've taken Brainbench J2EE exam (passed with ~3.36), It's a good exam, focussing not only Java things but others like Web Services, UDDI and SOAP etc. Also you need to know concepts of Messaging (MDBs).
It's more of a conceptual test, EJB 2.0 is asked in the test, but nothing much to worry as far as the Core J2EE things are concerned. Do give a reading to Web Services part (IBM's WSDK with WSDL2J etc.)
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