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What is the J2EE

 
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Hi I am new to EJB I am confused with some terms please help me in knowing them clearly.
1.What is J2ee how it differs from Weblogic
2.What can I do with J2ee
3.What can I do with Weblogic

Thanking you in advance
 
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It is better you refer mastering enterprise javabeans by Ed Roman
the details are explained very clearly for the begineer. If you give me your mail id . i can send the soft copy of the book.
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Originally posted by saradhi java:
Hi I am new to EJB I am confused with some terms please help me in knowing them clearly.
1.What is J2ee how it differs from Weblogic
2.What can I do with J2ee
3.What can I do with Weblogic

Thanking you in advance


Question 1 :
J2EE is a specification, delivered by Sun
(click here for a tutorial)
WebLogic is an application server, juste like Sybase EAServer, IBM WebSphere, etc...
It is just an implementation of the J2EE specification
Question 2:
Nothing... but you can think a lot.
Maybe you are mixed up betwee J2EE (the spec) and J2EE SDK, with is an implementation providen by sun.
Question 3 :
The same you can do with all Application Servers.
Create distributed n-tier application, with EJBs, and a lot of other marvellous technologies.
Then you can access these application from a web browser, a java application, a wap device etc...
Quite exciting, no
 
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