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wht is difference between j2ee&jee

 
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wht is difference between j2ee&jee



No difference. JEE is what people uses these days (Actually it came up with JEE5 if I'm not mistaken). I remember an old thread discussing the same, but sorry I couldn't find it now.
 
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It's just a new name. Old versions (1.4 and earlier) were called J2EE, the current version (5) and future ones are called JEE.

As to why version 5 follows version 1.4, well, ... that's a different subject.
 
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http://www.google.co.in/search?hl=en&q=java+and+j2ee+differences&btnG=Google+Search&meta=
 
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