BizTalk 2004 as an elective exam


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BizTalk 2004 as an elective exam

Postby Kam » Wed, 28 Jun 2006 19:51:54 GMT

As I have decided to take this seriously and take the MCAD exams, could
anyone tell me if Developing E-Business Solutions Using Microsoft BizTalk
Server 2004 exam (74-135) is still available and can be taken as an elective

and whether I become an MCTS if passed it?

Thank you and hope to hear from you the soonest possible.



Re: BizTalk 2004 as an elective exam

Postby neil.weller » Thu, 29 Jun 2006 01:43:30 GMT

I seem to recall that it is a TS exam but not counted towards MCAD.  I
could be wrong though.


Re: BizTalk 2004 as an elective exam

Postby SuperCoder » Thu, 29 Jun 2006 03:15:56 GMT

you can take 74-135 as elective as well for MCSE and MCSD. And once you pass 
74-135, you'll also be MCT

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