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anyone did the upgrade for scea5

 
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Have anyone did the upgrade for scea5?

What your experiences?

Appreciate your response.

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Hi I'm preparing the exam too. For the preparation I'm exploiting Mastering EJB 3, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 (5th Edition), Core J2EE Patterns (second edition) several articles on web services and JAX-WS, several articles on JSF and finally Whizlab Simulator.
 
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ok ,but I have a question, I saw at Sun Web Site, this information==>

If a candidate has taken and passed all three steps to the SCEA (CX-310-051/CX-310-300A,CX-310-052), Sun recommends that the candidate take the SCEA 5 Upgrade exam.The upgrade exam is for candidates who have successfully been certified on a prior version of the SCEA.

The question is do We need to take the first step of SCEA5, before take the upgrade?? You can see (CX-310-052)?? or I am confused?

any response will be appreciate

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