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Sun�s Website: �You can choose to use any released version of the J2EE APIs.�

 
Seid Myadiyev
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Sun�s official Architect certification website states the following:

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.

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-300A.xml

Do is it mean that we already may use all Java EE 5 related APIs (i.e. EJB 3.0 and the New Java Persistence API).

Thanks!

Seid
[ May 26, 2006: Message edited by: Seid Myadiyev ]
 
Thomas Taeger
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Originally posted by Seid Myadiyev:
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.
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Do is it mean that we already may use all Java EE 5 related APIs

I read that the specification of Java EE 5 has been passed by the Java Community process on 1st of May 2006.

So if "Java EE 5" still is considered being "J2EE" ... - better a representative of Sun should answer that.

Thomas
 
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I suspect that Java EE 5 is okay to use, the basis for my logic being that my SCEA certificate (issued last September, while Java EE 5 was in beta) states that it is for "Java Platform Enterprise Edition Technology", which is how Sun itself describes the latest standard. Plus, this isn't a new thing, but rather a renaming of J2EE to remove the confusion of the '2' in the Java technologies.

(For reference, I used J2EE 1.4, so I'm by no means the best authority. As stated above, an email probably would clear this up.)
[ May 27, 2006: Message edited by: Theodore Casser ]
 
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