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Is there a J2EE platform1?

 
Jiafan Zhou
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Hi folks,

I am currently doing the part 2 of the example. One of the requirement is described as follows:

The architecture must be based on the Java, Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) platform1

It mentions platform1, why is that? I think it might be a simple typo, surely I downloaded the Architect EE5 Assignment, which is based on the platform2.

Who else has similar statement in their assignment?

Thanks.
 
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what is your assignment?
If you specify that forum members can check it and let you know whether it is a typo or something else.
 
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Sharma Ashutosh wrote:what is your assignment?
If you specify that forum members can check it and let you know whether it is a typo or something else.


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Sharma Ashutosh
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I too had the same assignment.
This is what is written in the PDF:
The architecture must be based on the Java, Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) platform and then small 1

which essentially means look at the footnotes and this is what footnotes says:
while we do not explicitly require Java EE 5, we expect that J2EE 1.4 or higher to be used.


I have used JEE5 in my SuD.
 
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Sharma Ashutosh wrote:I too had the same assignment.
This is what is written in the PDF:
The architecture must be based on the Java, Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) platform and then small 1

which essentially means look at the footnotes and this is what footnotes says:
while we do not explicitly require Java EE 5, we expect that J2EE 1.4 or higher to be used.


I have used JEE5 in my SuD.


Thanks for the clarification.
 
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I have this in my Dreamcar Assignment:

The architecture must be based on the Java™ Platform, Enterprise
Edition (Java EE) platform1.

But I do not have any note/anywhere. I am safely assuming that, I can use JEE5 as this JEE5 exam.
 
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that's okay...don't worry about it. J2EE 1.4 or JEE5/6 is all okay.
 
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