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two questions regarding certificate

 
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what is the differences between these two exams?

1 - Sun Certified Web Component Developer for the Java 2EE Platform

2 - Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE 1.4

as I see in my prometric histor, I passed second exam but enrolled for first exam.

second question is:
in prometric website, it shows me that I enrolled for following:
Sun Certified Business Component Developer for the Java 2 Platform 1.3, Enterprise Edition

but not for :
Sun Certified Business Component Developer for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 5

why? do I have to pass the former in order to pass the SCBCD 5?

thank you very much in advance
 
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Don't take the site's history too seriously.

1) I believe the title of the 1.4 is being rebranded along with all of Java. I would assume those two titles are really referring to the same exam. They may keep it as separate entries because some people will have one title on their certificate while other people will have the other title.

2) You are eligible to take any currently offered version of SCBCD as long as you have passed SCJP. I seriously doubt if you'll face any opposition or struggle if you pursue the one that the site that claims you are not "enrolled".
 
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