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Sorry I don't believe so

 
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I am sorry, that if I understand from the threads, JBI is not included in JEE 6.

This is a good thing. The smaller the JEE package the easier the acceptance. One of the biggest criticisms of the stack is that it tries to do too much.

There are many communities that look at the JEE Stack and see it for their specific needs, such as the web developers that look at the JEE as primarily a web container.

As your interest appears to be in the SOA/ESB space, it is easy enough to find a JBI implementation (JSR-208) for many of the JEE Servers. The implementations are getting better and better.

If using Glassfish, may I suggest OpenESB from java.net. May I also suggest service mix from the Apache Foundation, Mule (ESB), and Active Endpoints.

Best of luck.
 
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