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Difference between Java and J2ee

Explain the difference between Java and J2EE in detail?
Asked by: tanu84 | Member Since May-2006 | Asked on: Mar 10th, 2008

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Answered On : Mar 19th, 2008

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Java refers to core java and j2ee refers to the technologies that are developed using java. for example inheritance, exception handling, multithreading are some of the concepts in java and servlets, RMI(remote method invocation), JavaBeans, JDBC(java data base connectivity) are some of the technologies developed using java so these form j2ee

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Java refers to basic concept of java as well as new technical features making foundation of java/j2ee.j2ee is used for enteprise application based on java concept.if java is foundation then j2ee is building for business purpose. 

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