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Part 2- J2EE version

 
Sankar Subbiramaniam
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I found the following statement from SUN website:
APIs relevant to the Assignment

The assignment requires that you have an in-depth understanding of the Java programming language and J2EE APIs. You can choose to use any released version of the J2EE APIs.


Does this mean that i can use webservices as well in my assignment ?
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Sankar Subbiramaniam
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Hello.... anybody there ?
 
Theodore Casser
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You kind of asked over Christmas, which limits responses on here. (And, while I'm not Christian, I did use the four-day break I had from my job to enjoy some time with my wife, ergo I wasn't really here either.)

But, to answer your question - I don't see any reason why you couldn't do that, under the requirements they've listed above regarding Java EE version. It's just a matter, when you architect your solution, of if you think web-services are the route to go.
 
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