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What does (J2EE certified) mean?

 
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I see this allot "J2EE certified needed". Does that mean you got the web-component cert, or architect, or some crazy Jcert certification? I have done allot of research and this is by far the most requested java cert out there, close only to the SCJP. However, trailing not to far behind is the Architect cert. So what makes a programmer J2EE certified? I'm curious, Prem Saggar.
 
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