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Java and J2EE

 
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I often saw job posts about requiring skill. What are the differences between Java and J2EE?
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Java (or Java Standard Edition) and JEE (or Java Enterprise Edition).
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote:Java (or Java Standard Edition) and JEE (or Java Enterprise Edition).



That is what text books say J2EE is Java 2 enterprise but what are the differences between Java and J2EE. For instance, a job requires to have Java skill and and another job requires to have J2EE skill.
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Check out the javadocs of JEE - all those APIs are not part of JSE: JavaMail, JMS, EJP, JPA, servlets/JSP, ... If you've never used them you likely won't be eligible for an "enterprise" job.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Check out the javadocs of JEE - all those APIs are not part of JSE: JavaMail, JMS, EJP, JPA, servlets/JSP, ... If you've never used them you likely won't be eligible for an "enterprise" job.



Thanks. I have a better and clearer picture regarding J2EE as now.
 
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