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Getting started: EJB 2.x or 3.0  RSS feed

 
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Would you recommend someone new to EJB to start with 2.x or 3.0 at this time? And why?

EJB 3.0 appears to be simpler and therefore easier to pick up, but my guess is that 2.x will be used in the industry for quite some time to come. Conversely, is it worth investing a large amount of effort in learning 2.x if it is set to become a legacy technology?

Your thoughts and reasoning would be greatly appreciated.

thanks,

Andy
 
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Anyone? I'm leaning towards starting out with 2.x and biting the bullet with the learning curve on this legacy technology...
 
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I appeared SCBCD examination recently.Before preparation , I was also in confusion as whether to give for EJB 2.0 or 3.o , Finally I choose to go with EJB 2.0 , the reason is still many projects have not been built on EJB 3.0 and the examination want that the person who is taking the exam should have worked with EJB 2.0 for at least 6 months.
 
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