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narain ashwin
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The EJB foundation classes ( interfaces to be more specific)
  • Javax.ejb.ejbHome
  • javax.ejb.ejbObject

  • voilates the standard java convention that the first letter of a class/interface name should be in CAPS.Can someone explain this?
     
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    narain ashwin wrote:The EJB foundation classes ( interfaces to be more specific)
  • Javax.ejb.ejbHome
  • javax.ejb.ejbObject

  • voilates the standard java convention that the first letter of a class/interface name should be in CAPS.Can someone explain this?

    Where do you see this? I've seen them as capital. As does the official JavaDoc
     
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    My Bad...A stupid EJB tutorial provided by my office contained this...I am wondering whether those guys tested the code....
     
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