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Java Webshpere???

 
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what is that???
 
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well, Java is the programming language and Websphere is a J2EE application server from IBM, if that's any help...
 
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i see..i tought thay websphere is some kind of tech like the J2ME or something....

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When most people say "WebSphere", they mean WebSphere Application Server. But there is also a related tool called WebSphere Studio which in an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). WebSphere Studio helps you to develop Java applications.
 
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