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From Reynir Hübner <rey...@hugsmidjan.is>
Subject RE: Is Tomcat considered to be a J2EE implementation?
Date Sat, 15 Dec 2001 16:34:08 GMT
hello, 

The J2EE includes the following technologies :

Servlets, JSP, JNDI, JAXP, JDBC, EJB, JMS, Java Transactions, JavaMail,
Java IDL, J2EE connectors and Corba (am I missing something ?).
Read all about j2ee and related technologies at http://java.sun.com/j2ee

Tomcat is "only" a Servlet / JSP container... so while using it you´re
not neccesarely using all the other technologies,  so I would not say
that you "know j2ee" untill you know at least half of em. But then again
Servlets, and JSP are a very big part of J2EE functionality. 

I would say if you learn and use Tomcat, you can claim you know servlets
& jsp, and probably some of the other parts of J2EE. If you check out
EJBs along the way u´re getting very close to knowing J2EE, at least you
should know what to claim.


hope that explaines it...

--reynir

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Davis [mailto:michael@damaru.com]
Sent: 15. desember 2001 16:14
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Is Tomcat considered to be a J2EE implementation?


Hi,

I've been coding Java for a while, and now I'd like to learn J2EE. I 
downloaded and installed Tomcat version 4.

Is Tomcat a reasonably complete implementation of J2EE? That is, if I
learn 
and use Tomcat, can I claim to know J2EE?

Thanks,
-- 
Michael Davis
Damaru
Custom Programming - Web Development - Database Design
http://www.damaru.com
416-540-1284

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