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old exam... can i use post j2ee 1.2 technologies?

 
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Guys,

Doing pt2 of the old exam. I notice it is 'j2ee 1.2'. However, in my solution I want to use stuff which is not in j2ee, and was in fact released later. Specifically, I want to use JAXP web service endpoints to call asynchronous web services:

javax.xml.rpc.Service;

JAXP was not in j2ee 1.2. Can I still use it?

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John
 
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You can use any generally released J2EE platform. When I did my Part II, I used J2EE 1.4.
 
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You can use any generally released J2EE platform. When I did my Part II, I used J2EE 1.4.



And so did I. I did specify the exact Java Specifications used including the version numbers, so in generqal J2EE 1.4 and more specific EJB 2.1, Servlet 2.4 etc.

Suc6,
Marcel
 
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Thanks guys.
phew!
 
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shud one put in the justification why a particular version has been chosen?

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