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J2EE Specs In Head First EJB?

 
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I notice that Ms. Sierra's Head First EJB book makes reference to specs like "Spec 324" all over the answers to the mock exams.

Now I downloaded both the J2EE 1.4 and 1.3 Specs

http://java.sun.com/j2ee/j2ee-1_4-fr-spec.pdf (1.4 spec)

and

http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.3/download.html#platformspec (1.3 spec)

but where is a page 324 as referred to by "Spec 324" or "Spec 317"? (because the specs end way earlier than that) (look at pages 467-468 of HFEJB) I figured that maybe Ms. Sierra and Mr. Bates were talking about a spec # instead of a page number (contrary to what is mentioned in the beginning of the book neither is theremention of a spec 324. Can someone refer me to the right url please? or help me interpret what the authors mean when they say "spec 325-326")

p.s. by the way Ms. Sierra looks really pretty in that picture and Mr. Bates I believe is responsible for the entertainment industry and theatre/acting jargon dispersed throughout the book. In conclusion a job well done on the book, I have some constructive comments but that is for another post and only if solicited.
 
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