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Can Spring be used in part 2 assignment for OCMJEA?  RSS feed

 
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Hi Friends,

In OCMJEA part 2, is it recommended to use only J2EE technologies like JSP, servlet or JSF or can we use Spring, angular js as well. Any suggestion.


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In theory, you can use any technologies. However, I chose to stick to Java EE because this is an Oracle exam. I didn't want to take the chance of losing points by mentioning Spring.

Angular is a front end technology. I don't see why you'd need to specify it at all.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:In theory, you can use any technologies. However, I chose to stick to Java EE because this is an Oracle exam. I didn't want to take the chance of losing points by mentioning Spring.

Angular is a front end technology. I don't see why you'd need to specify it at all.



Hi Jeanne,
Many thanks for your answer. Yes, you are right we should build solution around J2EE technologies. I will stick to it.

 
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I used a JEE based solution by the same reason of Jeanne. However, i saw many people building their own standalone Servlet/JSP based solution and deploying on a servlet container. In this case, Spring does not appear be a problem for me.
 
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