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Greetings
I was wondering if the authors had any plans to publish exam simulators for the other three exams in order to get full coverage of the J2EE certification path.
Thanks in advance
James Harbour
 
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What are the other 3 tests for J2EE from IBM.
I see material available for UML, XML tests from Whizlabs site.
 
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What are the other 3 tests for J2EE from IBM.


IBM 287: Developing Enterprise Applications using WSAD
IBM 486: OOAD/UML
The third one maybe:
maybe IBM 288: Developing Web Services using WSAD
As you said, Whizlabs for 486 is already available, but the rest are not. Even there is NO book that is tailor-made for them.
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