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What do you think of Java EE 6

Hussein Baghdadi
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Joined: Nov 08, 2003
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Hey,
I'm collecting resources regarding Java EE 6.
It really looks that Java EE has finally done right, the web profile, the ability to use local EJB inside the web container, the DI and the CDI ...
What do you think about Java EE 6?
Joe carco
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Joined: Apr 14, 2009
Posts: 82
Well all the JEE Gurus are praising it
I havent had a chance to play around with it, we're still stuck with JEE5 and J2EE, but one of the things I am most excited about is JPA 2 and Futures ([at]Asynchronous)
Claude Moore
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I think it's a very good step forward, in the right direction. At work we're still using J2EE 1.4, so, I only played with J2EE 6... nothing really serious, anyway... just samples.
Like you, i'm really very interested on Asynchronous method invocation.. I hope that with Asynchronous method invocation, one may (finally!) use parallelism even on enterprise
side, even if I'm a bit afraid that if Async invocation really relies upon Message services, the overhead may not be minimal...
Jaikiran Pai
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Claude Moore wrote:even if I'm a bit afraid that if Async invocation really relies upon Message services


No it doesn't rely on messaging services.


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Chuck Stephanski
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Joined: Aug 25, 2010
Posts: 5
I've played w/ Glassfish v3 a bit and done a lot of reading. I'm excited. JEE6 looks really strong for end to end java web development - from backend storage to presentation.
 
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