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Where is the Spec ?

 
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I am totally confused.
I downloaded the spec from java.sun.com in PDF format.
The document is called j2ee-1_3-fr-spec.pdf and has 160 pages.
Now I often see references in the HFE book to something like: spec: 192-193
I assume 192-193 means page number, but I have just 160 pages ;-)
Ouch .... do I have the wrong spec ? does 192-193 not mean page number but something else?
Hehe ... the book often says "there are no dumb questions" ... but I am afraid this might be the first ;-) ..... what am I missing here ???
Regards,
Chris Lewold
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[ January 28, 2004: Message edited by: Chris Lewold ]
 
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You need the ejb spec rather than the j2ee spec.
You can find it here
Be sure to download the 2.0 version.
Best Regards
/Magnus
 
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Thanks - I got it the moment you postet.
There is a difference between J2EE Spec (1.3) and EJB Spec (2.0) .... confusion solved ;-)

Thanks again
Chris
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Magnus/Chris,
Can you please send me the spec pdf, i am not able to download from Sun's site.
My id is prashant.kulkarni@tcs.com
Thanks in advance.
Jayant.
 
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