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Hi there,

I've been out of the java game for one and a half years now, i did do some work with ejbs before on version 1.3 I assume.

I also have the headfirst book so it seems to make sense to do the 1.3 EJB exam.

I've got the 6.0 JRE installed, and the latest JEE version installed too. This obviously means I will be working with the 5.0 EJBs right?

Can you tell me which JRE and which J2EE i should be working with.. i see a few versions 1.3, 1.4, etc.. and I see the likes of 2.0, 2.1.. so its confusing. Also I cant seem to find thw download for J2EE 1.3.

Please advise,
Alan
 
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Hi Alan,

I am equally new to EJB, but here is what I understood. Your Java or JRE does not come into picture wheather you work on EJB.

Your middle ware files which come along with the application server is the one which has the ejb related JAR files, so its the one which decides wheather you work on 1.3 or 5.0

Ranchers, please correct me if I am wrong. There could be lots of chances I got it wrong

Thanks,
Neo
 
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