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Is EJB 2.0 specs ok for scea..

 
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I have prepared myself in EJB - 2.0 as part of SCEA preparation.
Will it be ok.. or i have to go through the EJB-1.1 specs also ?
Can anyone please guide me...

 
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I take the exam yestoday , I feel the question have noting to with EJB version
 
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Hey,
Recommanded version of EJB is 1.1. Although there may not be questions touching that part, its safer to be aware of it.

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Thanks a lot.. i will go thu 1.1. also...
 
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Actually part1 is EJB 1.1. But for the assignement you can use any version.
 
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Originally posted by abd hassan:
Actually part1 is EJB 1.1. But for the assignement you can use any version.



Well, let's be honest - it doesn't say anything about what version of J2EE you're required to use at all. So you can use anything you'd like for developing the solution. (That being said, as others have stated, Part I is still built based on J2EE 1.2.)
 
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