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Which Version of EJB for SCBCD 6?

 
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Hi,

Just started to think abt SCBCD 6 and wants to know which version of EJB should be studied 3.0 or 3.1?

-Praful
 
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Hi!
I looked at the recommended training, "Business Component Development with EJB Technology, Java EE 6", which says EJB 3.1.
Of course, I may be wrong.
Best wishes!
 
Praful Thakare
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Thanks Ivan,I have downloaded your study guide i am sure it will suffice along with ejb3 knowledge.

-Praful
 
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Hey the Purpose section of your guide says The focus of this certification is development of Enterprise Java Beans according to the EJB 3.1 (JSR-318) standard

So i am sure you are not wrong
 
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Eh, that is the purpose of my book, not necessarily that of the certification.
I am in no way affiliated with Oracle and do not possess any special information. I am just crazy enough to write a book on the subject.
I will update that section to make it more clear. Thanks for pointing this out!
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