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Information ON SCBCD

 
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Hi All,

Iam planning to take SCBCD,but is it worth taking,since Hibernate provides very simple way for constructing Beans.Also I want to know what is the the latest version of EJB that I can take of?

Thanks in advance
 
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Originally posted by ShivPrakash Srivastava:
Hi All,

Iam planning to take SCBCD,but is it worth taking,since Hibernate provides very simple way for constructing Beans.Also I want to know what is the the latest version of EJB that I can take of?

Thanks in advance



just a thought that crossed my mind when i was seeing ur post...

SCBCD is more about all 3 kinds of enterprise beans(as opposed to only entity beans --- when comparing with hibernate). There is much more to it, but that is a very frequent topic of discussion here. so, u might get a lotta insight if u just post a search.

The latest version would be for J2EE1.3 (implies EJB 2.0)
 
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Hi Shiv

This has been discussed in this forum before. Please read this:

https://coderanch.com/forums/

Thanks

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