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taash mg
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Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

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Pradeep bhatt
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Hi,
There are plenty of differnces b/w 1.1 and 2.0 versions.For e.g local i/fs,EJB QL are new to 2.0. So I recommend that u go for 3rd ed.
Originally posted by taash mg:
Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

Thanks
Taash
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Marcos Maia
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Hi,
If you�re preparing for the SCWCD exam you should notice that it doesn�t cover ejb at all, only some patterns related to it, take a look at javaranch forum on this certification here for more details, and dont miss the great scwcd links wich you�ll find there.
regards.

Originally posted by taash mg:
Hi,
I wanted to know if the EJB 1.1 version is very different from the 2.0 version. i am preparing for the SCWCD exam and have have O'reilly's Enterprise Java Beans 2nd Edition. Is the 3rd edition better than the 2nd and whether there is any difference?

Thanks
Taash
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taash mg
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Thanks Marcos and Pradeep!
I was in great confusion as the exam is Sun Certified Web Components developer for the J2ee platform, so i thought it would encompass EJB but i saw the Exam objectives and that have very little mention of it. could u please direct me as
to what little part of EJB is needed.

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Taash
 
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