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taash mg
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
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Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

Thanks
Taash
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Pradeep bhatt
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Joined: Feb 27, 2002
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Hi,
There are plenty of differnces b/w 1.1 and 2.0 versions.For e.g local i/fs,EJB QL are new to 2.0. So I recommend that u go for 3rd ed.
Originally posted by taash mg:
Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

Thanks
Taash
SCJP2


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Marcos Maia
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Joined: Jan 06, 2001
Posts: 977
Hi,
If you�re preparing for the SCWCD exam you should notice that it doesn�t cover ejb at all, only some patterns related to it, take a look at javaranch forum on this certification here for more details, and dont miss the great scwcd links wich you�ll find there.
regards.

Originally posted by taash mg:
Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

Thanks
Taash
SCJP2
taash mg
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
Posts: 106
Thanks Marcos and Pradeep!
I was in great confusion as the exam is Sun Certified Web Components developer for the J2ee platform, so i thought it would encompass EJB but i saw the Exam objectives and that have very little mention of it. could u please direct me as
to what little part of EJB is needed.

Thanks
Taash
 
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