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bala jig

Joined: Jun 02, 2008
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Latest version of java and j2ee using in indian it companies.
Paul Sturrock

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Welcome to JavaRanch bala jig .

This isn't really a Servlets question so I'm going to move this to a more appropriate forum.

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Muni Sammy
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Joined: May 24, 2008
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in india most company uses java 1.4 & J2ee i am not sure but not latest
Heather Rose
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Joined: Aug 25, 2008
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I'm kind of confused about your question. Could you please elaborate?
Mark Herschberg

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Please use a meaningful subject line that expresses your specific issue, for reasons explained here. You can edit the subject by editing the first posting in your thread.

We have lots of other useful tips for asking questions on JavaRanch as well.

arulk pillai
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It is very hard to tell. New projects will be making use of thae latest versions like Java 5 or 6 to make use of the new features. Also the selection of the Java & J2EE version is limited by what the application server can support.

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