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Is SCJP 6 the most latest VERSION and is it necessary to give SCJA before SCJP..??
please help me out with my silly doubts...
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Roshan Rai wrote:Is SCJP 6 the most latest VERSION and is it necessary to give SCJA before SCJP..??
please help me out with my silly doubts...
Thanks in advance....



1) I think such questions had been already asked, so if you do a bit of search you would get what you want and probably more than that.

2) Briefly i would say SCJP is now OCPJP

3) So if you appear for Java 6, then you can directly appear for OCPJP 6

4) If you go for Java 7, then you have to first appear for OCAJP 7 and than OCPJP 7

5) And one more thing i once saw a Author posting that Oracle won't be supporting Java 6 after November 2012, so i don't know what would happen to certification exams related to Java 6.
 
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Is it true..that oracle not gona recognise JAVA 6...after November 2012..
 
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Is it true that JAVA 6 won't be recognised by Oracle aftr November 2012...
Please help me...
 
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Roshan Rai wrote:Is it true that JAVA 6 won't be recognised by Oracle aftr November 2012...
Please help me...



Don't know. Read here what the Author has to say and he's an experienced guy.
 
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he correct word is "won't-be-supported" rather than RECOGNIZED. java 6 will continue to be recognized . the news is that there won't be anymore updates for java 6 after february 2013. the date has been extended til february. java 6 will continue to be recognized and there is no such thing that nobody will recognize/honor/value it. please use your words carefully since this is a certification forum and can cause distress. the best thing would be to post link to the source of your information , rather than wording the facts in your own words.

and regarding to certifications you know that there is no validity on java certification like we have in ccna , etc. so there won't be such thing as expiry date . although java 7 certification will have more value than java 6 , but there is nothing like that it wont be recognized or they will become useless.
 
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Thanks a ton....
 
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gurpeet singh wrote: please use your words carefully since this is a certification forum and can cause distress. the best thing would be to post link to the source of your information , rather than wording the facts in your own words.



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