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iam studying to get any certfication scjp 5.0 ,or scjp1.4,,,but iam realy like to work in J2ee(JSP), if i learn tiger does this make me better in j2ee,or its the same for 1.4 too ,,,is j2ee version depend on the version of j2se,i dont mean the certification i means in job, thx
 
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You need to take the SCWCD exam to learn JSP. The SCJP gives you the foundation to take such exams. It is a prerequisite
 
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No, it won't matter in a sense that you can use either J2SE with J2EE, it really depends on which J2SE is suported by the Web or App Server that you use with J2EE. I suggest going for the 1.5 exam, because it still covers the important things regardless of J2SE version you are using. Caveat, if you use J2SE 1.1 then yes there is a big difference, but I don't expect you to go back year and years in your J2SE selection.

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