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any difference between 285 and 286?

 
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other than the 286 requires another exam, any difference between these 2? or are they exactly the same?
 
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285 focus on how to use WSAD. It will ask you which views/prospectives are used for what purposes.

286 focus on how to use WSAD to develop Java application. It will ask you application development specific questions.

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i see..

and 287 is same as 286 added with ejb, web services, xml, etc.?
 
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and 287 is same as 286 added with ejb, web services, xml, etc.?


Yes, and how to perform WAS tuning and configuration.

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thanks Nick
 
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