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Version of J2EE and EJB for SCBCD

 
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Hi,

Am planning to give SCBCD test. Can anyone tell me which version of J2EE and EJB are tested in the present SCBCD? The book "Head First EJB" I bought, tells that its for J2EE 1.3 and EJB 2.0. Please confirm. Also should I retake the exam in case SCBCD gets updated to some latest version of J2EE?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Manju Mani,

The current exams test your understanding on J2EE 1.3 and EJB 2.0.

Regarding the second questions, Yes when the next version of exam is out, you will definitely need to upgrade yourself to that, to show your competence in the new version as well. As per some web sources, what I understood is the next version of the exam will take atleast 6 months to be available. Please note that this information is not from SUN or any one associated with SUN, So it may or may not be correct.

What I feel is better you prepare and take up the exam and then if needed you can upgrade your skills when the next version of the exam is out.

Shibu Raj
 
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I am not sure if my tutorials are better than the ones you tried.

They use Eclipse, xDoclet as integrated in MyEclipse.
For example:
http://www.laliluna.de/simple-xdoclet-ejb-tutorial.html
http://www.laliluna.de/simple-xdoclet-ejb-cmp-relation-tutorial.html
Kind regards

Sebastian
 
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Hello,

I apologize but I mixed up the thread. I thought next was next page of the same thread.

Sorry for this.

Sebastian
 
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Thanku Shibu.
 
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