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Using JEE5 for FBN assignment

 
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I would be interested to know if anyone has referenced JEE5 technologies for the old SCEA part 2/3. Wonder if you could use JSF/EJB3/JPA to design FBN system. :roll:
[ December 29, 2008: Message edited by: Kailas Lovlekar ]
 
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Anyone???
 
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Why don't you make an upgrade from SCEA to SCEA5?
Wouldn't be easier?
 
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Kinda tricky to explain. I did P1 some 2 years back and bought voucher for part 2 immediately. Early this year Sun sent an email saying this exam is now off and you need to buy part3 voucher now. So that's when I bought part3 voucher as well.

I don�t want to justify being a slacker, but married men with couple of kids would understand where I am coming from.

So I guess I just need to finish both parts before 31st December, I mean 24th.

[ December 01, 2008: Message edited by: Kailas Lovlekar ]
 
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Yes, you can use JEE5 APIs for your SCEA2 assignment. Two years ago I submitted a solution (part II) based on JPA and JSF. I passed with 96%.
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[ December 04, 2008: Message edited by: Lars Behnke ]
 
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I had the same query in my mind; when I contacted the Sun Customer Care, I was told to stick with the same version I appeared for SCEA part 1.
It is also given in the Assignment Instructions - "Remember the most important requirement of all: it must be J2EE."
 
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Lars / Sankar,
Many thanks. Appreciate your input. I had similar advice as Sankar. So I guess I�ll be sticking to the expected technologies. But I�ll also do a parallel solution using JEE5 just for my satisfaction.
 
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Originally posted by Lars Behnke:
Yes, you can use JEE5 APIs for your SCEA2 assignment. Two years ago I submitted a solution (part II) based on JPA and JSF. I passed with 96%.
Lars

[ December 04, 2008: Message edited by: Lars Behnke ]



I also submitted a JEE5 based solution for the old SCEA but only got 77%.

I removed a lot of patterns from the component diagram where I got the lowest score.

I guess your mileage may vary.
 
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