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Which version of J2EE and EJB will be used in Part I

 
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Hi:
I want to know Which version of J2EE and EJB will be taken.
J2EE 1.3 or J2EE 1.4?
EJB 1.1 or EJB 2.0?
Thanks!
IVY
 
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Questions for Part I will come from J2EE1.3 and EJB1.1 specs. Note that since these questions are conceptual rather than nuances of the spec.
However, you can use J2EE1.4 and EJB2.0 features while solving your assignment, but may need to justify your decisions in the supplementary document.
 
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Hello,
And when the new exam will be released?
 
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Originally posted by Renat Zubairov:
Hello,
And when the new exam will be released?


Nobody knows. Popular rumor (via. Kathy Sierra) is that a beta version of the exam will be offered by December...
 
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