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J2SE 1.5 & J2EE 1.3

 
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Hi!

I have just started reading the HF EJB book. In the beginning there is installation instructions. I have installed J2SE v 1.5 (okay, maybe it is 5 ). Can I install J2EE v1.3 together with this? Or do I have to change my J2SE version?

How much time has people taking the exam spent on trying J2EE? Someone told me that you could easily pass the exam without coding a single line of code. What do you think?

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I have just started reading the HF EJB book. In the beginning there is installation instructions. I have installed J2SE v 1.5 (okay, maybe it is 5 ). Can I install J2EE v1.3 together with this? Or do I have to change my J2SE version?


I gues they could be work together as Tiger should be backward competable with J2EE 1.x version, however, it seems you should better configure the system using J2SE 1.4.


How much time has people taking the exam spent on trying J2EE? Someone told me that you could easily pass the exam without coding a single line of code. What do you think?


That's true, in fact, most of the exams could be passed in such a way, however, when you have a task that need real experiences, you might then find it difficult.

Thus, better try to learn via the studying process, instead of aiming at getting the certifications.

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I have just started reading the HF EJB book. In the beginning there is installation instructions. I have installed J2SE v 1.5 (okay, maybe it is 5 ). Can I install J2EE v1.3 together with this? Or do I have to change my J2SE version?


I gues they could be work together as Tiger should be backward competable with J2EE 1.x version, however, it seems you should better configure the system using J2SE 1.4.



Actually they aren't compatible. RI uses Sun proprietary API's from its JDK implementation, and they were "refactored" to be placed in a different package in Tiger. You must install J2SE 1.4.2 from Sun in order to execute RI.

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