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How can I claim my project achieved J2EE Standard?

 
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If my application run on a j2ee complaint application server, but i did not use any EJB (because I use hibernate to replace it), can I still claim my project as J2EE?
 
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Definitely Yundi. J2EE doesn't necessary means to make use of EJBs.
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