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Veshnu Ramakrishnan
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Hi
What is Java Servlet Development Kit. Why and when it was developed. if J2EE is there why JSDK is there. How it is different from JSE, JEE.I mean
with which kit it comes with or is it a standalone kit
 
David O'Meara
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Many of the parts for J2EE are specifications, not implementations. That is to say, they define how things are done but leave the specifics up to the vendors.

JSDK was the original 'reference implementation' for the servlet part of J2EE. It was not designed to be used in production, but was a working model of how the various parts were designed to behave. I'd have to go and look this up, but I believe Tomcat is now considered to be the reference implementation.
 
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