Difference between J2EE and J2SE
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Posted By:   jyothi_y
Posted On:   Monday, July 22, 2002 03:06 AM


What is the difference between J2EE and J2SE?what is the version of JDK that supports J2EE and J2SE.
when should we use J2EE and when is J2SE?your clarification in this regard is most appriciated

Thanks in advance-Jyothi.

Re: Difference between J2EE and J2SE

Posted By:   Animesh_Srivastava  
Posted On:   Monday, July 22, 2002 03:23 AM

J2SE is the "Java 2 Standard Edition", whereas J2EE is the "Java 2 Enterprise Edition". J2EE is a proper superset of J2SE, with additional components dealing with mostly server-centric technologies (EJBs, Servlets, JSPs. etc).

As for the versioning, Sun have explained there nomenclature in this article - http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2/java2.html - it should give you a general idea of what is Java Platform, Java SDK and Java Runtime.

Hope that helps.


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