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first doubt in Java

 
Mike Mattos
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what is the difference between javaSE and javaEE?

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Muhammad Khojaye
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Please Search First . You will get many valuable replies.
 
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There's no difference in the language, but JavaEE contains some extra class libraries for the development of enterprise applications. Off the top of my head, that includes things like:

Servlets
Java ServerFaces
Enterprise Java Beans
Java Persistence Architecture
Messaging
Web Services
Java Mail
Security (JAAS, etc.)
Transactions

and much, much more!

Actually, some of those things may have moved to Java SE by now.
 
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As far as I know, only JAF (Java Activation Framework) has moved into JSE.
 
Jim Hoglund
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How about the JPA, or is that coming up in Java SE-7?
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No idea about Java 7, but it's not in Java 6.
 
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