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How to describe the version of JEE?

Fernando Franzini
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Hi ranchers
I have read several posts and have learned many things over here.
One thing I have not seen ... is HOW you guys have described what version of JEE was used in the design of part 2?
You just put in Architecture and desgin doc like "JSF 2, EJB 3.1 and JPA 2?
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Jeanne Boyarsky
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If it isn't JEE 5, just list it as an assumption in your text or as a note. The idea is to communicate this fact to the grader; it doesn't matter how.


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Fernando Franzini
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Great!
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