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J2EE and JDK relationship

Ronald Schindler
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Joined: Jul 11, 2000
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Does the version of the J2EE standard being used force one to use a particular version of the JDK or a particular JVM. Given that code compiled with different version of the JDK require a particular JVM version, does J2EE in any way enter into this scenario?
Ian Darwin
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Joined: Aug 03, 2001
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The current J2EE (1.3, released 24 Sept 2001) states that it requires 1.3.1_01 of the J2SE in order to function correctly.
The reason for 1.3 would be functionality; the _01 would be
probably some little bug fix that J2EE needs.
I got this information from Sun's site, at
Ian Darwin,
Author of Java Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Java Developers
(edited by Cindy to get rid of period after URL)
[This message has been edited by Cindy Glass (edited October 05, 2001).]

Ian Darwin
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Ronald Schindler
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Thanks, Ian. The URL however, gives a 404 on the Sun site. do you have any other sources that you'd recommend I check?
Cindy Glass
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There is a period at the end of the URL. Get rid of that and it should work.

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