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Will Sun upgrade the EJB part of SCEA to EJB2.0 ??

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my interest goes to the SCEA certification, but
unfortunately, the EJB version in SCEA is still 1.1, which is very different from the EJB2.0. (almost a new technology).
So I was waiting for SCEA to upgrade its standards version.
So Sun decided to create a new certification, the one that take care of the EJB container, in parallel with the one which take care of the Web container (SCWCD). The whole covers all types of containers included in a J2EE standard server.
That is great!
But what about this "old-fashioned" SCEA people ? Will SCEA keep on going with the EJB1.1 ? They should take advantage of the creation of the
SCBCD to also update their EJB part in SCEA.
[ May 23, 2003: Message edited by: Fr�d�ric Donnet-Monay ]
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Very true. I am going to give the beta test and won't like to go back and study ejb1.1 for my SCEA. Time Sun made the change.
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SCEA *will* be updated past EJB 1.1 when the exam is updated later in the year, for the new J2EE spec.
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