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Is the Spring 5 certification heavy on XML configuration, or should I focus on Annotations?

 
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Is the Spring 5 certification heavy on XML configuration, or should I focus on Annotations?
If both are in the exam, what would be the percentage of XML configuration versus Annotations?

Would there be questions like "What annotation should you use for this kind of certain scenario?"
 
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Hello Geff,


In the https://pivotal.io/training/certification/spring-professional-certification study guide XML is not mentioned at all. So focus on Java configuration.

Cheers!
 
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