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Using EJB2.0 stuff in assignment

 
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Hi friends,
Since I have used CMP with CMR and EJB-QL and MDB etc in my design, now I am wondering if it's appropriate for this assignment. Will SUN consider EJB2.0 stuff to be included in this assignment ???
Folks those who have passed, please shed some light on this spec issue.
Thanks.
Bijan
 
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This question has been asked and answered several times before - you can use EJB2.0 features as long as you can justify them. The assignment description does not mandate using EJB2.0. Actually the assignment is to come up with an architecture/design to satisfy the stated business requirements and naturally, it does not specify exactly how one arrives at the solution.
The discretion to use EJB or no EJB, version1.0, 1.1, 2.0, design patterns or no design patterns etc. are entirely upto you. They'd expect you to keep the solution simple, efficient and more than anything address each and every stated requirement.
Hope that helps,
 
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