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Is spring or hibernate part of the exam?

 
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Hello Fellow Ranchers

I am planning on completing my OCJP certification by May this year. I had a question about certifications.
I am aware of ocewcd which covers jsp and servlets . And scjdws for webservices.
Just wanted to confirm if spring and hibernate are included in any of the certifications . Because I didn't see them included
in any of the above . Your inputs are always welcome.

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Just wanted to confirm if spring and hibernate are included in any of the certifications .  


No, they are not included in the Java EE certifications. Spring has it its own certifications though.
 
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Hibernate isn't, but JPA is (OCEJPAD). Hibernate is one of the best known JPA implementations, so anything except the Hibernate specific stuff is part of the JPA examination.
 
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If you want Hibernate specific, Red Hat/JBoss has a certificate of expertise in persistence
 
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Thanks for your inputs . Will surely take them into account . FIrst step is to clear OCJA and OCPJP . Later take it from there . WIll keep you posted.
 
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