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I am still unclear as to whether a 486 pass entitles one to a certification and presumably by definition a certificate.
I have SCJP2 already. Can anyone explain it all clearly by examples please?
John
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I don't believe the 486 test by itself gives you a certification. IBM gives out a "Solution Developer" certification for 3 tests: the Java 2 Cert you already have, the UML test, and some IBM tool (Visual Age for Java or WebSphere). I believe the UML test is a prereq. for some non-IBM certs. as well, but I am not sure about this.
 
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no certificates buddy - only the exam pass report.
 
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