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viv anand
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Hi,
I am doing my scea part-2 assignment.Can you please tell me whether I am allowed to use some components which are new in JEE6 spec but were not present in JEE5.
e.g. Some new features of JSF2.0 (a part of JEE6 spec) which were not present in the previous JSF version.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Newer assignments sound like they allow this. I recommend checking your part 2 instructions carefully.


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viv anand
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Hi Jeanne,
I have downloaded scea part-2 assignment just two months ago. In the part-2 assignment the following instruction is written:
The architecture must be based on the JEE platform.(While we do not explicitly require JEE 5, we expect that J2EE 1.4 or higher to be used).


In my case I am using one feature of JEE 6 which is higher than the both J2EE 1.4 and JEE 5. Will it not be allowed? I am bit confused. Please suggest.
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I don't have any more info than you do. It sounds fine based on the verbiage. However it is in the SCEA 5 exam, so there could be a risk.
Uma Nattamai
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Hi Anand,

I am doing SCEA 5 - part 2 assignment and confused whether to use JEE 6 or not. Please advise.
Amritendu De
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I think you can include the feature. Only make sure it is documented in the assumptions so that the examiner finds it easier to understand what you are trying to do.


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Uma Nattamai
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Thanks Amritendu.
 
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