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EJB in Sun architect exam

 
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hi
I am prepare to pass Sun certified java arcjitect exam . I study now EJB 2.0 . do I need ejb2 or ejb1.1 to write my assignment

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You can use EJB 1.1 or EJB 2.0 for Part II and III. I think most people used EJB 1.1 because it was only the stable version before EJB 2.0 final spec is released. I used EJB 1.1.
I have seen people passing assignment exam with EJB 2.0. So, just mention which version you chose.
 
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If you go to Sun's web site, there's an interview with Mark Cade (one of the authors of the SCEA) and Phillip Heller (author of a Java Certification book) and in it (http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Interviews/Certification2/index.html) Cade recommend the 2nd edition of the O'Reilly EJB book - which covers EJB 1.1.
Based on that I'm thinking that Part 1 covers the EBJ 1.1 spec.
 
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I read also from Sun that the current assignment must be done with EJB1.1.
 
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