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Exam version vs J2EE version

 
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I understand that the current SCEA exams cover EJB 1.1, not the current 2.0.
Now, I don't think that'll be a problem on part 1 - as long as I remember (I've already gotten some questions wrong on mock test because of CMP vs BMP considerations).
I am, however, concerned about part 2. If I design a system using CMP (now recommended from a performance standpoint in EJB 2.0), CMR, local interfaces, etc. - will that be acceptable? Or do I have to go back and find old books and re-learn what Sun's design recommendations were in EJB 1.1 land?
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Some people use the new version to do Part II and passed, certified without any problem.
 
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Originally posted by Voytek Jarnot:
If I design a system using CMP (now recommended from a performance standpoint in EJB 2.0), CMR, local interfaces, etc. - will that be acceptable?


If your solution assumes EJB 2.0 then document the assumption.
 
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