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JDK version and SCJD assignment version

 
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Sorry. I know these questions must have been asked many many times.

I bought the SCJD assignment voucher and am going to download the assignment soon. Suddenly, it strucked me. I saw there are two version of assignments in my Certmanager account -

Sun Certified Developer for Java 1.1; and
Sun Certified Developer for Java 2

The assignment voucher I bought is CX-310-252A. Which one is it? Can I download both of them?

The second question is, which version of JDK I could use for the assignment? 1.2, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6?

Regards,
Allan
 
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Hi Allan,

You download of course the SCJD 2 (not the 1.1).

The answer to your 2nd question can be found in the ScjdFaq, or just click here. I would suggest just using the latest one: JDK 6.0 that is.

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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Thanks Roel
 
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