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Information about the Latest JAVA technologies

 
chandra kambham
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Hi,

I would like to know the Latest technologies in Java.

please help me with this info.

Thanks in Advance.
 
Rodrigo Tomita
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Hi, Chandra,

What exactly do you mean by "latest technologies"? Are you talking about latest version, or perhaps added funcionalities to one of the editions? Can you elaborate that?
 
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Hi Rodrigo,

I have heard some thing about the Co ordination technologies in Java.

can you provide me the information if you know about these technologies.

Thanks in advance.
 
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What did you hear? Can you provide some context? It would be easier to help if you could. "Co ordination technologies" is not a term I'm familiar with in Java.
 
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The co ordination technologies are like Java Spaces and JMS.
 
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[ June 13, 2008: Message edited by: chandra kambham ]
 
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So you are looking for information on Java technologies specifically for distributed architectures?
Well:
  • most of these sit in the JEE stack of technologies. You could try there.
  • If you want information about what they do and how to use them, the JEE tutorial covers some of this.
  • javaworld often contains "how-to" articles on most of these.
  • Alternatively, if you are looking for really up to date stuff you could look at the JCP site, which has information about the very latest (often pre-release) versions of these technologies.

  • Hope this helps
    [ June 13, 2008: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
     
    Rodrigo Tomita
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    Well, I used to work with a middleware that used JMS (and MQ Series), but I hadn't have a developer role then... So, I don't have much information about those technologies. However a quick Google search gave me some links in Sun's page (for JavaSpaces and JMS). I believe they are part of the Java Enterprise Edition (JMS is). Not sure if that's what you were looking for...
     
    chandra kambham
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    Thank you for the information.
     
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