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Java2 and J2EE

 
Trisha Agrawal
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Hi,
Can anyone please tell me the difference between Java2 and J2EE? And also something about JMS - what it is exactly?
Thanks in advance
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Sami Casab
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Java is divided (as far as i know) in tree, micro edition, standard edition, and enterprise edition. J2ee includes all the tecnology to build enterprise application frecuently applications that runs on servers.
I hoope this help you.
 
Bhiku Mhatre
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Since Java 1.2, Sun started calling the technology as Java 2. So all the editions after that are called J2SE (standard), J2ME (micro) and J2EE (enterprise).
JMS is a part of J2EE, that deals with asynchronous, guaranteed message delivery to "publishers" and "subscribers" applications or from one-app to another-app (point to point). It's similar in a way to Microsoft MSMQ, if you are aware of that.
 
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