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what does Websphere 4.0, fully J2EE compliant mean

 
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They say WebSphere 4.0 is fully J2EE compliant. What does that mean ?
 
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Basically my question is websphere 3.5 and 3.0 were not fully J2EE compliant, while 4.0 is what, is the difference ?
 
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J2EE is a standard put forward by Sun. It consists of a list of particular API's that must be implemented by an application server. Once the application server implements all of the API's at the right level and passes a "standards compliance" test suite it is certified as being J2EE compliant.
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P.S. In particular what IBM was missing in WAS 3.5 that kept it from being J2EE 1.2 compliant was EJB 1.1 and JavaMail.
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