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Hi
I am preparing for the exam.. dont know if I should read the ejb 2.0 or ejb 3.0 specs
 
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Hi,

The exam is based on EJB 1.1 & J2EE 1.2

http://faq.javaranch.com/view?SceaFaq

Regards,
Viren
 
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Hi,

In fact, you can use any J2EE version you want. You are not limited to version 1.1 or 2.0.

But I don�t recommend you to use EJB version 3.0 yet. Unless you are very experient in that platform.
 
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Problem is probably that the j2ee (should now be named java ee I guess) pattern cataloge isn't updated to fit the ejb 3.0 release
 
Cleuton Sampaio
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Yes, you are 100% right!

My advice is use what is more common (EJB 2.0).
 
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Let's clarify, though. You can use any Java EE version on Part II. But for Part I, you're still stuck with J2EE 1.2, which implies EJB 1.1.
 
Satish Kumar
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Thankx Everyone for the advice.
I guess I will stick to j2ee 1.2 standards.
 
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