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J2EE for Linux

J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) is a development platform for building enterprise-class server-side applications with Java. Key J2EE technologies include Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Java Server Pages (JSP), Java Message Service (JMS), CORBA, JDBC, XML, JNDI, and Servlets.

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  •  21 Feb 2003 21:56

    Release Notes: The primary goal of this release is to support Web services that are based on SOAP and HTTP. With this release, J2EE technology can be integrated with Web services in a variety of ways. J2EE components (servlets and enterprise beans) can be exposed as Web services. These services can be accessed by clients that are written in the Java programming language or by existing Web service clients that don't take advantage of Java technology. Also, J2EE components can act as Web service clients.

    •  25 Jun 2002 00:36

      Release Notes: Many new features, updates, and fixes.

      •  02 Jun 2000 06:24

        Release Notes: First release.

        Recent comments

        21 Feb 2003 05:30 prx

        J2EE stack
        As a starting point, you can find here some information about running a complete <a href="
        http://www.folgmann.com/en/j2ee/">J2EE stack on Linux.

        25 Jun 2002 04:26 ttarrant

        J2EE 1.3.1 is NOT "freshmeat" on the 25th June 2002
        As can be seen from the download page, J2EE 1.3.1FCS has been out on all supported platforms since January 31st 2002.
        I'm pointing this out because I've had some submissions pulled from the homepage because they were not &quot;fresh&quot;.

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