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Version Numbers, many of them :)

 
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Just to validate my version numbers:

This exam caters to the BP Version 1.0, SOAP 1.1.
There are also many stnadards/api that are included for the exam.
Whar are the version numbers for them that the exam targets?

I am reading RMH.
 
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Does RMH adhere to the above version numbers?

And how dows j2ee version fit into all the above version numbers?

is it 1.3 or 1.4?

I have seen at number of places in chapter 1, where TMH says that x.x needs j2ee1.4.

exam is 1.4 based?
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
exam is 1.4 based?



Yes; web services only became part of J2EE with version 1.4.

Also

Originally posted by Max Habibi:
When we wrote the exam, the blueprints and RMH's book were our guiding lights.

 
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Thanks a lot Peer
 
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