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Planning for SCBCD - EJB 2.0 v/s EJB 2.1

 
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Hi there,
I am studying for the SCBCD exam. I had already started going through the EJB spec 2.1 some time ago and want to finish it since I am giving the SCBCD exam. THe only issue being that SCBCD requires EJB spec 2.0. Would me reading the EJB spec 2.1 and not reading EJB speck 2.0 be a problem for the exam.
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Amit.
 
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Originally posted by Amit Delve:
Would me reading the EJB spec 2.1 and not reading EJB speck 2.0 be a problem for the exam.


Yes, if you plan to take the test soon. The idea is that Sun certifies folks who are really using what they're certified in. Apparently not too many systems are on 2.1 yet, so the test is still back on 2.0.
--Dale--
 
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I also suggest that you buy the Head First EJB book. All these concerns are appropriately addressed in that book.
[ April 24, 2004: Message edited by: Tony Alicea ]
 
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