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Ejb 1.0/1.1

 
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Hello,
I have seen evey body recommending to go through Richard Monson book on EJB. What i found in the book is coveragge of both EJB 1.0 and 1.1. I am just wondering whether I can skip the 1.0 explanation in the book. Please advice.
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Ramdhan YK
 
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Hi,
It sounds like you have the second edition of this book (BTW there is now a third ed which covers EJB 2.0). The general concensus seems to be that EJB 1.1 is the correct version to be studying. Having said that none of the exam questions that I got in part I were version specific (i.e. they might have been applicable for 1.0, 1.1 or 2.0).
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Andrew
 
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Mygoodness, that increases the count of books to be read.
thanks Andrew,
Ramdhan YK
 
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