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    Different J2EE and J2SE

    Hello to all expect java programmer, i looking forward to program enterprise application in java.

    Therefore, i would like to know the difference.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Sun made a lot of changes to the Java platform library and VM between versions 1.1 and 1.2. Enough changes that they decided to call the result "Java 2" instead of plain Java, but without actually changing the version numbers. Thus "Java 2" starts at version 1.2. This is a confusing Sun-ism; they have done similar things with their operating system products. Anyway, not too long after, Sun started packaging a collection of additional Java components targeted at "enterprise computing" -- servlets, messaging, "Enterprise JavaBeans," etc. -- as "Java 2 Enterprise Edition", or J2EE for short.

    In order to distinguish the original, base Java 2 package, it was rebranded to "Java 2 Standard Edition," or J2SE. (This all happened around 2003 by the way.) "Java 2 Enterprise Edition" is a bit of a misnomer, as it suggests that J2EE is an alternative to J2SE. This is not the case. Rather, J2EE is the enterprise edition and J2SE is the standard edition.

    I would go with J2EE.
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    Thanks for your help.

    Any good website to learn J2EE except the official documentation.

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    See if you like any of these...

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=J2EE+tutorial
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    What kind of application are you going to be building?

    Is it for you or for work?
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    I want to know the technology behind J2EE before i lean it.

    What kind of application can create from this framework ?
    I think should be web application.

    Self learning.

    Thanks.

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    Then perhaps a book would be a good idea, and yes, I would think that any application would be web based. When I hear "Java", I think "Web"

    http://books.google.com/books?q=tech...ource=citation
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    I have a few book on J2EE but i need a simplified explanation on J2EE technology before i learn.

    Does an application write on one server can run on different server such as glasfish or Sun server ?

    Thanks.

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    I would image it could write to whereever you told it to providing the necessary permissions were in place.
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    As long as the program have enough permission and image it will run in different server.

    Thanks.

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