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EJB 1.1 or 2.0

 
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Should i follow EJB Specification 1.1 or 2.0?
 
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That, as is so often the case, depends on your circumstances. Maybe you can't use an EJB 2 container, then you'd be stuck with EJB 1. But there are so many benefits in EJB 2 ober EJB 1 that it seems safe to say you should go with EJB 2 if at all possible.
 
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Hi Dittmer,

My Question related to Part - 1 exam.

For part-1 Should i follow Ejb specification 1.1 or 2.0?
 
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Sorry, I thought this was a general question, not specifically about the exam (about which I have no clue).
 
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Hi,

This is one of the very frequently asked questions.
Part I of the exam is about EJB 1.1.

So take your time machine and go back in time.

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Given that EJB3 is on the horizon, why would Sun make us study EJB 1.1? Seems crazy! It is my experience that most commercial applications of EJB are EJB2. Still, ours is not to reason why we just have to go along with it I suppose.
 
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Originally posted by Kelly Walker:
Given that EJB3 is on the horizon, why would Sun make us study EJB 1.1? Seems crazy! It is my experience that most commercial applications of EJB are EJB2.



The reason's that they've not updated the test since they originally put it out. *shrugs* There have been rumors on and off that they're going to update the exam, but it has yet to happen.

That's not to say that you can't use EJB2 on the Part II project, though, so bear that in mind.
 
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