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is the Certification for Java 5 or 6?

 
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Hi all,

Below here are the description that you can find for 1Z0-807 anf 1Z0-805

1Z0-807 Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master

1Z0-865 Java Enterprise Edition 5 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Assignment


The first mention 6 and the second mention 5. Then the question is: is this certification for JavaEE 5 or JavaEE 6?

Further: I seen that JavaEE 7 is already has been released, therefore although if it would be for JAvaEE 6 it will be already not up to date?

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Mimmo Ludovico wrote:
The first mention 6 and the second mention 5. Then the question is: is this certification for JavaEE 5 or JavaEE 6?



The cert goes by the MC exam (part 1). The assignment & essay are version independent despite the title.

Mimmo Ludovico wrote:
Further: I seen that JavaEE 7 is already has been released, therefore although if it would be for JAvaEE 6 it will be already not up to date?



Possibly. But JEE7 exams aren't available.
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the clarification!!!
 
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