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ejb spec for scea

 
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hello people,


I want to know what EJB spec is the scea exam part 1 based on.

I'm comfortable with EJB 2.0 and since there r a lot of differences regarding EJB 1.1 and EJB 2.0 I just wanted some clarification.

Thanks a lot in advance

Arun
 
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Arunkumar,

The questions in the exam are not based on any specific version. The questions are at a very high level testing ur conceptual understanding of the subject. For e.g., you should be clear as to why pooling or passivation is required and how it is done etc.

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Harsha
 
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