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Kishor Joshi
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Hi there

The title of Question might seem old and previously asked.But I have a Question that what is difference between javaSE and Java EE.Although I knew what comes under JavaSE and What is under JavaEE.But My question is that.

What happens when we add PATH in our Environment Variable How does Eclipse or Other IDE use it?

Second Question is.

For Java SE we declare a Path Variable but for Java EE we do not add any library?(I know we add some jar file like for Servlet(Servlet-api.jar) and for EJB(Ejb.jar),But What is actaul difference?



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Chris Barrett
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Hi Kishor,

Java SE (Standard Edition) is the core Java programming language. Java EE (Enterprise Edition) is an extension that adds additional libraries for developing Enterprise level applications (such as the Servlet class you referenced). For more information, I encourage you to review the Oracle Java EE website.

Cheers!
Chris
 
Knute Snortum
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In Eclipse, your project will execute and compile using the Java version in your Java Build Path property (Project -> Properties -> Java Build Path). The PATH environment variable does not come into play.
 
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