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Death of SCBCD J2EE 1.3 - Head First EJB Books and others - (CX-310-090)

 
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Before everyone sends me hate mail. I just want to make sure everyone makes an educated decision. It is usually the case that people become certified on the current or new standard.

J2EE 1.3, EJB 2.1 , (CX-310-090) : is an older version. Most new J2EE Servers are building on the J2EE 5 standard.

From a user J2EE 5, is a big improvement.

For all the people using the Head First Book or any book built on the J2EE 1.3 platform, You may consider looking for resources for the:

Sun Certified Business Component Developer for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 5 (CX-310-091) , based on the J2EE 5, EJB 3.0 standard.

I am sure, the people at Head First and the others are upgrading thier books. It is the nature of our industry to continually upgrade.

I just want everyone to be well informed.

Tony
 
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๋J2EE 1.3 use EJB 2.0 not 2.1.

Thanks for info. I think right now SCBCD 1.3 is obsoleted.
 
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