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Mahesh Lohi
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Hi all ,

Please let me know the use of J2EE in other feilds. My knowledge on J2EE is limited only to web based application.

Thank you in advance


Vamsi Mohan
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With J2ee, you can work for messaging, persistant database operations, xml transactions and so on. For more details, please refer the blue prints.


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stanislav bashkirtsev
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EE Application is an application of enterprise scale.
As far as I know JDBC, for example, is EE technology.
Nishan Patel
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Refer below link for more details...

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition


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Mahesh Lohi
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Vamsi Mohan wrote:With J2ee, you can work for messaging, persistant database operations, xml transactions and so on. For more details, please refer the blue prints.



Sorry what blue prints.



Thank you for the quick reply
Mahesh Lohi
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Nishan Patel wrote:Refer below link for more details...

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition



Thank you for the quick reply
Mahesh Lohi
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stanislav bashkirtsev wrote:EE Application is an application of enterprise scale.
As far as I know JDBC, for example, is EE technology.



Thank you for the quick reply
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Mahi Lohi wrote:Sorry what blue prints.

http://java.sun.com/blueprints/enterprise/index.html

Also see http://java.sun.com/javaee/reference/tutorials/


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Vamsi Mohan
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J2EE Blue prints are the papers or documents, which explains about the specifications and features of a specified version. It will gives complete scope of the J2EE version.
Mahesh Lohi
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Vamsi Mohan wrote:J2EE Blue prints are the papers or documents, which explains about the specifications and features of a specified version. It will gives complete scope of the J2EE version.


Thank you

 
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