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use EJB1.1 or 2.0 in assignment?  RSS feed

 
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I have a question about assingment. Some people are going to use EJB2.0 in the assignment,what version does Sun expect us to use?
 
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officially, It should be version 1.1, but I don't think it is illegal if you're going to use Version 2.0.
 
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Does it make too much difference for the assignment. There is not too much of asynchronous stuff (except email confirmation) so message driven beans are not required.
Also, you can use dependent objects and value objects instead of local EJBs.
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local interface could not replace Value object,
you still need the value object when cross tiers communication happen.
 
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Lipman Li : did you use EJB2.0 in your assignment?
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