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Is its SCEA-Part I is valid for SCEA5 part2 submission

 
suresh dhanapal
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Hi all I have completed Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part I (310-051) on March 2007,
I like to submit part2 assigment in SCEA5.Is it possible or not,
please tell me where I can get my clarification.

Thanks
D.Suresh
 
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Originally posted by suresh dhanapal:
Hi all I have completed Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part I (310-051) on March 2007,
I like to submit part2 assigment in SCEA5.Is it possible or not,
please tell me where I can get my clarification.

It's probably best to ask Sun Education that question (check the website for the appropriate address for your country), but I strongly suspect the answer is "no". There are significant differences between the two exams Part I's in a topical sense.
 
Arun Kannan
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Hi Suresh

I checked up with Sun whether I can mix the SCEA part -1 with SCEA 5 Part 2 & 3 and I got an very instant reply "NO".

Thanks

Arun

Originally posted by suresh dhanapal:
Hi all I have completed Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part I (310-051) on March 2007,
I like to submit part2 assigment in SCEA5.Is it possible or not,
please tell me where I can get my clarification.

Thanks
D.Suresh
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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That 'NO' would seem to make sense. Not sure how this rumour got started.

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Paul Michael
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An alternative approach would be to submit a JEE 5 solution for SCEA 1 Part II/III.
 
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