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Dear All,

I am starting to study using the Guide of Sierra K for OCP 7. My target "in long term" is complete the Master certification.
But I have one doubt about it:

Is good idea make certification path based on Java 6 keeping in mind the Master certification as I understand is based in Java 6 too? My doubt is because currently the study guide is based in Java 11!

Thanks and Regards
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Freddy Moran wrote:. . . Is good idea make certification path based on Java 6 . . .

Do you mean JavaSE 6? If so, no. Regard JavaSE 6 as obsolete and go for Java8 or Java11.

Maybe you meant JavaEE. I can't remember the version numbers for JavaEE. Do Oracle still support JavaEE? Maybe it has been passed over to Apache (not sure).
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

Freddy Moran wrote:. . . Is good idea make certification path based on Java 6 . . .

Do you mean JavaSE 6? If so, no. Regard JavaSE 6 as obsolete and go for Java8 or Java11.

Maybe you meant JavaEE. I can't remember the version numbers for JavaEE. Do Oracle still support JavaEE? Maybe it has been passed over to Apache (not sure).



It's Jakarta EE now: https://jakarta.ee/
Latest version is 8
 
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For Master path, you do need to study Java EE 8, since that's the version being used.
 
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