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Do we need JavaEE SDK when we work with Spring?

 
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We can download JavaEE 7 SDK from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javaee/downloads/index.html. It contain libraries like jsp or servlet that I can manually include in maven with Java SE 8 and without JavaEE 7.

But as far as I know it contain glassfish with obsolete JVM 7. It doesn't support features like lambdas. Why we need JavaEE? In some videos about Spring, I get recommendation about it.
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch, Yaroslaw!

You don't need Oracle's JavaEE SDK to work with Spring. The application server or web server you're using already hosts the required servlet or other JavaEE JARs.
Oracle's JavaEE SDK can be seen as a ready-to-use reference implementation targeted for those who are new to JavaEE.
 
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