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Srinivasa Suresh
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Hello,
Can any body tell me which EJB version is covered in the Part 1 of SCEA exam ? Thanks in advance.

Srinivasa
 
Theodore Casser
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Check the SCEA faq listed at the top of the forum.
 
Karan Shah
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For SCEA EJB version is 1.1.

Best regards,
 
koby gao
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The current exam is based on J2EE 1.2, which includes EJB 1.1.
why no ejb3?
 
Rahul Toaikani
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I am confused. I am preparing for SCBCD 1.3 which is based on EJB 2.0. I was hoping this would help me with SCEA's ejb portion but now I realize SCEA tests skills in EJB 1.1.

Is there much diff between these two sepcs 2.0 vs 1.1. At least the version numbers tell me that there may be huge difference.

Can anybody clarify on this. Appreciate your comments.

-Rahul
 
peter cooke
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ejb 2.0 is backwards compatable.

first of all the SCEA is all high level functionaltity.
what do entity, session, message ejb do? when do you choose one of the other. what features do each EJB offer?

the developer exam are detail oriented!!! with a little high level thrown in.

from the Sun's perspective the architect only need a general knowledge of java and java technology. They communicate to developers requirements and high level design decisions. About the closes to code an architect gets is specifying class attributes or method signature.
 
Rahul Toaikani
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Good to know. If I understand it correctly, SCEA focuses high-level stuff so 1.1or 2.0 shouldnt matter much.
 
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