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SCEA Part 2: Freedom of choice for the technologies

 
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Hello,

According to the notes on Sun SCEA certification page - any version of J2EE can be used for SCEA Part 2 assignment. So I just wanted to make sure that I really can you ANY version of J2EE and ANY kind of framework/infrastructure.

For example: JBoss SEAM (JSF, EJB3, JPA) - will it be fine?

Thanks in advance,
Oleg
 
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Originally posted by Oleg Puzanov:
Hello,

According to the notes on Sun SCEA certification page - any version of J2EE can be used for SCEA Part 2 assignment. So I just wanted to make sure that I really can you ANY version of J2EE and ANY kind of framework/infrastructure.

For example: JBoss SEAM (JSF, EJB3, JPA) - will it be fine?

Thanks in advance,
Oleg



Yes, you can!
 
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