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Java EE 5 Edition ????

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Hello there,

I am currently using j2sdk1.4.2_19 .

What does it mean if I must use Java EE 5 Edition ?

Does it mean, I need to upgrade from j2sdk1.4.2_19 ?

If I need to upgrade, to what stable version should I upgrade to , so that I will still be able to run Java EE 5 Edition applications.

Thanks

Srinivas
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Srinivas,
Java Enterprise Edition requires an application server like JBoss, WebSphere or WebLogic. You'd need to most recent version to support JEE 5. The system requirements for that server will tell you what version of Java it uses. Java 5 and 6 are typical to expect.


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