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Anyone used JEE 6 features in solution?

 
M Rociek
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Hi!
Have any of you successfully used JEE 6 specific features in your solution? I mean EJB 3.1, CDI, JAX-RS, JSF 2.0, packaging EJB in WAR, and so on.
I have already searched forums for this question, but found very different answers so far.
I know this is Java EE 5 certification, but my assignement doesn't enforce any min/max JEE version. It just says that the architecture must be built using the JEE platform.
 
kumar naresh
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I haven't used in my assignment, intention was to be with JEE 5.
 
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Yes, I have used JEE 6 with EJB 3.1, JSF 2.x, etc in my assignment. The proposed solution should be JEE 5 or above.
 
Fernando Franzini
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Hi shekar hari

Did you really use JEE 6 features?
Could you tell more about?
Best Regards.
 
shekar hari
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Yes, I have used JEE 6 features like CDI, JAX-RS in my solution.
 
Fernando Franzini
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very good to know!
Best regards.
 
S. Tikoo
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Hello Shekhar,

Have you submitted your Part II already? Any issues/rejections for reasons of using JEE 6 featurs?

Thanks!
 
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