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hi,
i see a lot of mixed posts here, dealing with both current versions of the SCBCD exam. Would it be possible to divide this section into 2 sub-forums ?
I am preparing for SCBCD 1.3, and i am not that interested with questions aimed at SCBCD 5.
And vice versa, those who prepare for SCBCD 5 do not necessarily need or want to read threads that deal with EJB 2.0
These are very different versions of the EJB specs, mixing them in a single forum is a bit annoying imho.
 
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I guess it is not that easy to do so, if not impossible, as you can see the same case for SCJP forum.

I guess an alternative to solve the problem is that the thread title should specify the version that it is talking about.

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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

I guess an alternative to solve the problem is that the thread title should specify the version that it is talking about.



Yeah, right. Not sure people will follow this.

When I posted my announces here I included [SCBCD 5.0] prefix to show version of the test the topic relates to.

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I agree with Mikalai, I do not think everybody will systematically add a prefix to the threads titles.
And even if they did, it still would be a bit of a mess.
So I really believe it would be a good thing to separate this section into 2 sub-forums, one for
each version of the SCBCD exam.
 
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