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about EJB versions

 
cheenu Dev
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hi ranchers,
basically many talk about ejb 3 which has brand new versions.
but what about ejb 2.1 of j2ee 1.4..scbcd is on ejb 2 so will the next scbcd be based upon ejb 2.1 or ejb 3 leaving 2.1

and one more as kathy told if the business organizations are not going to move immediately to new versions then why does the spec team develops new versions within short span of time.why couldnt they just stabilise the business components for a while.
 
Christophe Verré
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The new exam will be for Ejb3 for sure. There's no point updating from 2.0 to 2.1, now that 3.0 is out.

and one more as kathy told if the business organizations are not going to move immediately to new versions then why does the spec team develops new versions within short span of time.why couldnt they just stabilise the business components for a while.

Mouarf
A bit of marketting maybe. But 2.X really needed to be polished, so I won't complain about that.
 
Valentin Crettaz
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There is nothing solid (i.e., official) at the moment regarding an exam upgrade to EJB 3.0.

http://www.coderanch.com/t/162117/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/it-better-wait-EJB-exam
 
Jeroen T Wenting
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Originally posted by cheenu Dev:
hi ranchers,
and one more as kathy told if the business organizations are not going to move immediately to new versions then why does the spec team develops new versions within short span of time.why couldnt they just stabilise the business components for a while.


However long the timespan between releases, many people are NOT going to use the new version straight away.
In fact, the longer the span, the longer the adoption period (see C99, which has gained hardly any acceptance after 7 years, the previous spec was over a decade older).
 
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