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bala kan
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Hi Guys,


good morning to you all.. what is meant by j2EE technologies.. what are the components used to make up J2EE.. i have searched in google about J2EE.. as far as i know, EJB, JSF, RMI,servlets,JSP,XML etc. are the components of J2EE.. please let me know about J2EE technologies..


Thanks in Advance

regards,
Bala
Ulf Dittmer
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That's a huge topic that can't possibly be covered in forum posts. Start reading here: http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/

Also note that the term "J2EE" has been obsolete for a few years; it's called "JEE" now (and I'm assuming that's what you really want to learn about).
 
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