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Can we use JEE 6 in our solution?

 
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It's stated that our solution does not have to be in JEE 5 --- J2EE 1.4 or higher is expected. I assume this means that we can use JEE 6, right?

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Hmm. When I took the exam, it didn't say that. It also didn't say we had to use JEE 5 - I just assumed that.

Does it actually mentioned J2EE 4 in the exam question? I would have guessed that 1.4 wasn't ok since is is a JEE 5 exam.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Hmm. When I took the exam, it didn't say that. It also didn't say we had to use JEE 5 - I just assumed that.

Does it actually mentioned J2EE 4 in the exam question? I would have guessed that 1.4 wasn't ok since is is a JEE 5 exam.



Yes, in the Marking section at the end of the Part II Assignment's document it is explicitly mentioned that:

While we do not explicitly require Java EE 5, we expect that J2EETM 1.4 or higher to be used."



The reference to J2EETM 1.4 surprised me as well. But I am more interested to know if anybody has used JEE 6 instead.
 
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