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Hi all ,

Please let me know the use of J2EE in other feilds. My knowledge on J2EE is limited only to web based application.

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With J2ee, you can work for messaging, persistant database operations, xml transactions and so on. For more details, please refer the blue prints.
 
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EE Application is an application of enterprise scale.
As far as I know JDBC, for example, is EE technology.
 
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Refer below link for more details...

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition
 
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Vamsi Mohan wrote:With J2ee, you can work for messaging, persistant database operations, xml transactions and so on. For more details, please refer the blue prints.




Sorry what blue prints.



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Nishan Patel wrote:Refer below link for more details...

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition




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stanislav bashkirtsev wrote:EE Application is an application of enterprise scale.
As far as I know JDBC, for example, is EE technology.




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Mahi Lohi wrote:Sorry what blue prints.


http://java.sun.com/blueprints/enterprise/index.html

Also see http://java.sun.com/javaee/reference/tutorials/

 
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J2EE Blue prints are the papers or documents, which explains about the specifications and features of a specified version. It will gives complete scope of the J2EE version.
 
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Vamsi Mohan wrote:J2EE Blue prints are the papers or documents, which explains about the specifications and features of a specified version. It will gives complete scope of the J2EE version.



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