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SCEA specifications - which ones?

 
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Hi all,

I'm wondering, which specifications must be used for SCEA. I think for EJB it's 1.1?? Is this mandatory? And what about other specs (servlets/JSP, and so on)?

Does someone know?
 
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Everything in J2EE 1.3. Version 1.4 and its component specs are not included. Focus on concepts of design and architecture. It is unlikely that you will face a question dealing with nuances of versions.
 
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OK thanks, it's seems logical that they do not focus on version number as it's not an exam dedicated to java users, but just wanted to know for my *future* part II needs.

If it's J2EE 1.3, this means EJB 2.0 may be used. Why they talked about 1.1?
 
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