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is Tomcat j2EE complient

Haricharan Ramachandra

Joined: Feb 16, 2004
Posts: 28

Is TomCat j2EE complient. If so which versions of TomCat are J2EE complient. I have allready installed TomCat 4.0 and would like to use EJB,JMS and JNDI apart from usual Servlet and JSP can i do it with my Tomcat 4.0, thanks in advance !!! :roll:

Haricharan Ramachanra<br />SCJP 1.4<br />javaworks
William Brogden
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1. Tomcat does NOT implement the full J2EE API
2. Tomcat is the "reference implementation" for the servlet and JSP APIs - part of the total J2EE but not the whole thing. You will need something more to do JMS and EJB but Tomcat does use JNDI.
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