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what is different between J2EE server and Sun ONE Application Server 7

 
Forrest Xu
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Hi
I guess J2EE server is a kind of J2ee server used to support EJB,servlet, JSP.... It is launch by command:
j2ee -verbose
j2ee belongs to je22sdk.

Sun ONE Application Server is also a kind of J2ee server used to support EJB,servlet, JSP.... .

What is their difference?
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Dominik Ratajski
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Sun ONE Application Server (AS) is Sun implementation of J2EE server.

The same as Tomcat is another implementation of J2EE server.

There are different versions of AS and the free version to download is a cut down version.

DSR
 
Forrest Xu
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Thanks,
I know Sun ONE Application Server (AS) is Sun implementation of J2EE server.
But it seems even no Sun ONE Application Server, use J2EE SDK command
j2ee -verbose
we still can launch an Application Server that support EJB, JSP....
what is their difference?


===Sun ONE Application Server (AS) is Sun implementation of J2EE server.

The same as Tomcat is another implementation of J2EE server.

There are different versions of AS and the free version to download is a cut down version.

DSR
 
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