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UML: we must use a doc of 2003??

 
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Certification on UML.

Is based on a doc of 2003 (03-08-02.pdf). We must use a document 4 years old to study??
 
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Here's what the OMGs say:

Coverage Map
To prepare for examinations, candidates should refer to the Coverage Map. The coverage map shows the percentage of questions derived from a given section of the UML 2.0 specification for each examination level. The OMG specification can be downloaded from: http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?ptc/03-08-02

This doesn't stop you from learning UML 2 from a recenter version of the spec (or from a book). The newer versions have changed the numbering and locations of some subjects. You'll have to match the coverage plan and the spec contents yourself.

Regards, Jan
 
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