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EJB 1.1 or EJB 2.0?  RSS feed

 
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do i need to read ejb 2.0 specs or ejb 1.1 specks?
 
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JMS is covered by the SCEA process. JMS is part of EJB 2.x
SCEA is more about concepts than details. They don't address detail at the granularity of BeanHomeRemote versus BeanHomeLocal. Sun just wants to see if you understand the concept of a home object.
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