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Any J2EE on Tomcat?

Joseph Smithern
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Joined: Feb 11, 2006
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What exactly is J2EE? I am working with Servlets, JSP, Beans, JDBC and MVC on Tomcat but never did any work with EJB. Can I say I work on some J2EE or is J2EE only EJB and other stuff that is on WebLogic, WebsPhere and JBoss?
Jesper de Jong
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Joined: Aug 16, 2005
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Servlets and JSP are part of Java EE (the web tier part). EJB is another part of Java EE (the business tier). Tomcat is a servlet container; it only supports servlets and JSP, not EJB. Weblogic, Websphere and JBoss also support EJB.

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