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EJB1.0 /1.1 What the exam reflecting

 
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Hi
John & amanda
Can you please tell me whether you got Options/Choices for a particular Question which confused you to choose between EJB1.0 and EJB1.1?
I am now going through the EJB and I got a few difference in methods used by ejb1.0 and 1.1 .
What you will suggest as per Exam Point of view?whether I have to remember both ???
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Bidyut
 
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Hi Bidyut,
I don't recall seeing any questions that were specific enough that I would have had to make a determination. No question specified the EJB version.
In my case I didn't study EJB 1.0 at all.
Amanda
 
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Hi amanda
Thanks for the reply .
I hope you forgot to put your smile hear.......
Bidyut
 
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Of the questions I remember the answers were the same whether it was EJB 1.0 or 1.1. However, like Amanda, I only studied EJB 1.1.
John
 
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