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Annotations used in EJB 3.1

 
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Hi,

I've been using EJB 3.0 since last 2 years, and now I'm going to have some migration to EJB 3.1
I have heard that EJB 3.1 has various new annotations than EJB 3.0.
so is there any list of newly introduced an notations used in EJB 3.1?
 
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Kavisha,

None of us will write better than the members of the expert group, try to read one of the first sections of the EJB 3.1 specification which describes the new features, including annotations, introduced in the newer version of the specification.

Any doubt about a specific annotation or feature, feel free to ask by PM or even in here!
 
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Jayr Motta wrote:feel free to ask by PM or even in here!


Let's continue the discussion here
 
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Thanks for the link Jayr, I'm gonna get my hands on the EJB 3.1 specification.
 
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