J2EE


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J2EE

J2EE

The former name of Java EE (Java Platform, Enterprise Edition). Originally the Java Professional Edition (JPE), the "J2" prefix was added for Version 1.2 in 1999 and dropped for Version 5 in 2006. See Java EE.
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Last November BEA and IBM announced joint work on a simplified Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) programming framework, Service Data Objects (SDO), plus a work manager and timer capable of working across the companies' WebLogic and WebSphere application servers.
"Through Adaptive Instrumentation, we can tag potential performance issues and automatically activate VERITAS Indepth for J2EE's instrumentation only when a real problem occurs," explained Vignal.
The latest version of the J2EE software development kit (SDK) offers a new specification for Enterprise JavaBeans, an architecture for distributed enterprise software components.
* J2EE Translator - Works on the output of the AA and SA to generate the Java code.
The solution manages J2EE, portal and integration applications running on BEA WebLogic(R), IBM WebSphere(R), Apache Tomcat, and Redhat JBoss platforms.
ICEfaces leverages the entire J2EE ecosystem of tools and execution environments.
The release also includes strengthened support for IBM's WebSphere J2EE web application server.
The latest release of PowerComp, delivered in browser-based J2EE technology, is an enterprise insurance solution that can be deployed in whole or in part to almost any insurance provider.
The releases include new Domain Expert technology that makes it possible for developers for the first time to generate highly accurate unit tests in mission-critical application environments such as J2EE and Struts.
LiveTime said Version 3.7 offers enhanced support for the WebSphere J2EE web application server from IBM and claimed its DB2 UDB support gives its customers the most advanced RDMBS and J2EE web server support available.
In the tests, TrafficShield was used to protect WebGoat, a J2EE application created by OWASP that contains built-in security flaws and is used both to test security products and as a security education tool.