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J2EE newbie question

Yell Srik
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Joined: Mar 10, 2004
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hi,
i have a clarification regarding J2EE and hope u don't mind answering such a basic level question since i am a newbie to it.
i just wanted to know what a J2EE compliant server is? if i want to use J2EE in my applications, what software should i use?
and if i use XML,JSP,Java Beans etc in my application, can i say that i am using J2EE?
thanks in advance
Nathaniel Stoddard
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Joined: May 29, 2003
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Well, JSP is part of the J2EE platform. XML and JavaBeans aren't, but still very useful.
J2EE is an aggregate of other technologies, like EJB, Servlets, XML-RPC, and so forth. So, a J2EE-compliant server will be one that provides the requisite services. As for what software you should use--that depends on what your program is doing.


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Kishore Dandu
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Joined: Jul 10, 2001
Posts: 1934
You can use the latest and greatest of all "Web Logic".
If you want to go the open source route you can opt for "JBoss".
Kishore


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