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If the EJB version covered on the exam is 1.1 which doesn't include Message beans, which documentation have you guys used to prepare the contents of Messaging chapter? I mean, if Message driven beans are not included on the exam, what do you read about messaging? ... I find a bit confusing reading for the first part of this exam where most of the contents are so obsolete. Help please!! Ana.
 
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Ana,

The EJB version used in the exam is 2.0. There are questions about local interfaces and message driven beans. Where did your hear that the exam covers EJB 1.1 ?

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Hi Ricardo,

thanks for the information. I posted a question asking for the EJB version covered on the exam, and I was told it was 1.1. Have you done the exam? Is it definetely 2.0 then?
 
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I also read saying its EJB 1.1 and not EJB 2.0 as it's based on J2EE 1.3

Messaging Link - http://java.sun.com/products/jms/tutorial/
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If it is J2EE 1.3 then it should be EJB 2.0 .
But I have understood that it's J2EE 1.2. and it will be upgraded in one year time.


Can somebody make this clear ?
 
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Hi Ana,

See
this posting from august this year.

I passed SCEA 1 in august and I cannot remember anything that was specific to EJB 2.0. I hope I do not disclose any secrets when I tell you, that you must know when to use messaging though (on an abstract level). No MDB API knowledge was required. Keep in mind that JMS and MDB's are different things...

Lars
 
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It's there sure. I just passed SCEA part I half month ago.

There is question on the MDB, local interface that introduced since EJB 2.0

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