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J2EE or Web Logic - learn WEB development

 
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J2EE 1.3 (the new version) is Container for EJB's and servlets as it includes the latest version of tomcat.
DO I need to download any separate API's for EJB's to be implemented. (I have the J2SE).
Using WebLogic as my Application server; do I still need to down load Tomcat and/or J2EE? - if so what is the major difference between Weblogic and J2EE
I am learning the whole process hence my questions? (which may seem fairly basic).
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J2EE with J2SE will be enough for you to implement EJB.
With Weblogic you do not need TOMCAT or J2EE Server.
 
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j2ee is a platform,and j2me,jese is other 2 versions of java platform,that is to say:
Sun reorganized the java platform into three profiles:
1.j2me,for handheld and other lower-end devices
2.j2se,targedted at desktop machines
3.j2ee,installed on servers and responsible for the heavy lifting in the java world
 
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