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Use of EJB 3.1 features for assignment

Rishi Shehrawat
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Can we use EJB 3.1 features for assignment? I found @Asynchronous useful and was thinking of using it.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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No. This is a JEE 5 exam and EJB 3.1 was introduced in JEE 6.


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Rishi Shehrawat
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OK Thanks..

This would also mean that we should be using JSP views for JSF instead of .XHTML as .XHTML views are part of JEE 6.
Gurunath Dharmar
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Hi
We can use XHTML view of JSF for our assignment. i have read that many used XTHML instead of JSP and passed the exam.
you can even do a search with "XHTML" and get more information.

All the Best.
 
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