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JEE6 in JEE5 Part II?

 
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Hi all,

I'm working on part II of the JEE5 stream and am using timer beans.

The thing is, JEE6 introduced calendar based scheduling, which is a really nice addition that would help me - and simplify my life!

Even though I'm on the JEE5 track would I be penalised for including items from JEE6?

Has anyone done this?

Thanks,

Chris
 
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part 2 is version independent

you may even want to consider using linux cron job for those timer stuff.

since you are doing the v5 track which going to retire on mar 1, better check with oracle
 
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Thanks for the info K - very useful as ever!

I like the Timer Bean approach as, when I have a clustered application server, I'm not dependent on any one single node. This availability is harder to create when using a server farm, cron job or other mechanism.....unless I'm missing something??

As to Oracle expiring the certification, I have until June as per my exam so I'm wondering whether this is just for Part 1 and anyone who wants to start Part 2 after March? Either way - who/how do I contact for more information on this?

Chris
 
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Chris Bicnal wrote:As to Oracle expiring the certification, I have until June as per my exam so I'm wondering whether this is just for Part 1 and anyone who wants to start Part 2 after March? Either way - who/how do I contact for more information on this?
Chris



You can contact Oracle using the "Contact Oracle Certification Support" link in the Certification tab on the Oracle site.
 
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I have also same question. is it applicable for part-2 and part-3 1Z0-865 as well? In retried exam list I don't find part-2 number. I only find part-1 number 1Z0-864.
 
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I have a question into Oracle Education - they have acknowledged and will get back to me once they've completed their research (eta 3 business days).
 
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Sandeep Joshi wrote:I have also same question. is it applicable for part-2 and part-3 1Z0-865 as well? In retried exam list I don't find part-2 number. I only find part-1 number 1Z0-864.



Parts 2 and 3 are version independent. These will not be retired coming Mar 1 2016.
 
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