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Different versions of the EJB Specs

 
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A look at the EJB specs page (http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html) I find lots of different versions of the specs :
-Proposed Final Draft 2
-Proposed Final Draft
-Public Draft
-Final Release
I am confused. Which one should I read ? Which one should I read for the exam ?
 
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Final release ofcourse
 
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I picked up EJB2.0 final release as the spec has been released.
 
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Can anyone tell me the meaning of :
-"Proposed Final Draft"
-"Public Draft" and
-"Final Release"
Thanks.
 
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Isn't "final release" a FINAL release ? Why do we have FR1, FR2 etc etc ?
Thanks.
 
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May be this helps you? http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/java_community_process.html
 
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Thanks for leading me to this link.
 
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