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Hai ,
Can some body explain few real world applications that J2EE technologies are used? I got this as an interview
Question and as a beginner I told online banking and shopping site. Is j2ee too complicated for this purpose ?
 
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J2EE is broad by itself. Though the examples you have provided does makes sense, ideally J2EE is used when your application needs
- to scale
- be secured
- involves heavy transactions
- needs object to be persisted in relational database

Thats just a small part and there are much more to explore for you as a newb.. All The Best.
 
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