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I am trying to download the ejb specifications for the exam. I have two questions ;
1) What version is relevant for the exam 1.1, 2.0 or 2.1
2) If 2.1 should I go for the proposed final draft ?
Thanks
 
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The current version of SCEA covers J2EE 1.2, which includes the EJB 1.1 Specification.
 
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You can use EJB2.0
 
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JMS is covered on the part 1 exam. I believe it came into existance as part of j2EE 1.3. In the container JMS it is embodied as MDB which entered the EJB spec at 2.0. But I don't think you have to know the MDB aspects.
 
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