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AGivant
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Joined: Jun 28, 2001
Posts: 5
Hi, All.
Our customers ask if the API that we wrote on Java is certified complaince with J2EE. For our development we're using J2SE, so the question is : What we need to do to prove that the API is complaince with J2EE?
Thank you in advance.
Alex Givant.
Paul Stevens
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Joined: May 17, 2001
Posts: 2823
I remember a question about that on the exam
AGivant
Greenhorn

Joined: Jun 28, 2001
Posts: 5
Hi, Paul!
What is an answer to this question. could you please remember. We need it not for exam, it's real life situation and our customers waiting for response.
Thank you in advance,
Alex Givant.
Angela Poynton
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Joined: Mar 02, 2000
Posts: 3143
I don't think this is the appropriate place for this question I'm moving it to the J2EE and EJB forum


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Theodore Casser
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Joined: Mar 14, 2001
Posts: 1902

I'm going to go out on a limb here and take a wild guess.
Sun has a mechanism for certifying applications as J2SE/J2EE compliant, which involves running a test suite against it. I don't know the costs involved personally with getting the logo - my former employers were never too worried about this - but I think there is probably some kind of test suite you can download from Sun's site to test your application and prove for yourselves that the application is compliant. (After all, you'd not want to go through all the effort to get an app certified by Sun if you weren't sure that it would pass the tests.)
Good hunting and good luck!
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