J2EE 1.4 Specification Passes Final Ballot

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  1. J2EE 1.4 Specification Passes Final Ballot (11 messages)

    The JCP executive committee has approved the final ballot for JSR 151, the J2EE 1.4 Specification itself. The ballot results were uneventful, with everyone voting "Yes".

    There were no comments other than IBM voicing their opinion that "the business terms proposed as final in this JSR are vague and use terms that have no clear meaning. These terms should be clearly defined so they are not subject to misinterpretation."

    View the ballot results here:

    http://jcp.org/en/jsr/results?id=2261

    View the voting Executive Committee here:

    http://jcp.org/en/participation/committee#SEEE

    View the original Java Specification Request here:

    http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=151

    Threaded Messages (11)

  2. My Vote: "YES"[ Go to top ]

    When is J2EE 1.5 is scheduled ?
  3. Sun bets on free Java tool[ Go to top ]

    Sun Microsystems will release a free version of its Java application server next week, a move designed to encourage more developers to build programs on the software foundation.

    http://news.com.com/2100-7345_3-5107201.html?tag=nefd_top

    "Jonathan Schwartz, executive vice president of Sun's software unit, told reporters on Thursday that is ready to deliver Java System Application Server 8, the first server software to comply with version 1.4 of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) ."
  4. Sun first to support J2EE 1.4?[ Go to top ]

    Schwartz: "Sun .. the first server software to comply with version 1.4 of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)"

    I'm rooting for Pramati to be the first again ;-).

    Peace,

    Cameron Purdy
    Tangosol, Inc.
    Coherence: Clustered JCache for Grid Computing!
  5. Lazy Sun[ Go to top ]

    It must have been done a year ago! Then they said 1.4 will be ready in spring'03, then summer'03. Today is middle of November. Where is J2EE 1.4? World thinking now about AOP-features, and Sun not ready even with webservices yet.
    And if Sun will continue with development speed like that, J2SE 1.5 will never become reality (and J2EE 1.5 with it).
  6. Lazy ?[ Go to top ]

    It must have been done a year ago!


    They had to wait for WS-I Basic Profile 1.0

    http://www.theserverside.com/home/thread.jsp?thread_id=20873
    http://www.theserverside.com/home/thread.jsp?thread_id=17752

    >World thinking now about AOP-features, and Sun not ready even with webservices >yet.

    You could get WEB services a long long time ago from SUN.
    http://java.sun.com/webservices/

    For several reasons (like WS-I Basic Profile) WEB services couldnt be standartised among J2EE vendors earlier.
  7. really Lazy![ Go to top ]

    They had to wait for WS-I Basic Profile 1.0

    If very very powerful, No waiting.


    >You could get WEB services a long long time ago from SUN.
    long long ago, Sun just runs nothing about webservice.
  8. Sun has been the driver for Java and J2EE from their first inception. They work very hard in all aspect, including protect it from MacroShit. Do you know Web Services come into this world?

    This is an effort from IdioticBlueMachine and MacroShit to have a "Platform-independent" and "Language-Independent" to take over Java. Java just provide "Platform-independence" only at that time. So, Sun is actually late on that not because they are not lazy. They are actually hidden from Web Services until it is out there already.

    In fact, I think Sun has worked really hard to order to take on Web Services at that time. I remember, it just takes Sun 3 months or so in order to catch up with their Java Web Services Developer Pack.

    Now that they have to work with minimal information, i.e. until Web Services go to the public before they can do anything about it. So, they might be a little slow on that when compared with MacroShit's "Longhen" ... and others alike.

    Without Sun to control Java, I believe we'll have a terrible time to work with all those MarcoShit's demon Net which changes every year with its new platform. Do you want to learn a new language every year? C-Shit? VeryBasicDemonNet? AllShittyPageDemonNet?

    Girls and guys, think twice and make sure you know the details before you make such a comments!!!

    John

    Disclaimer: I don't work for SuperiorUsableNetwork.
  9. Too many warps you have[ Go to top ]

    We are just talking about techs but warps.
    The first class thing is just independent of warps.
    The success of java results from source open, but not open source.
    Sun's ability of learning is not its strongpoint,
    IBM's advantage is tech-study,
    Microsoft is a copy expert and absorber,
    and you, the grumble one, not Disclaimer as you mentioned.
    As I remember, everyone knows everyting and I just know me but everything, that is myself fixed idea.
  10. Hey, priest needed[ Go to top ]

    Sun has been the driver for Java and J2EE from their first inception. They work very hard in all aspect, including protect it from MacroShit. Do you know Web Services come into this world?

    >
    > This is an effort from IdioticBlueMachine and MacroShit to have a "Platform-independent" and "Language-Independent" to take over Java. Java just provide "Platform-independence" only at that time. So, Sun is actually late on that not because they are not lazy. They are actually hidden from Web Services until it is out there already.
    >
    > In fact, I think Sun has worked really hard to order to take on Web Services at that time. I remember, it just takes Sun 3 months or so in order to catch up with their Java Web Services Developer Pack.
    >
    > Now that they have to work with minimal information, i.e. until Web Services go to the public before they can do anything about it. So, they might be a little slow on that when compared with MacroShit's "Longhen" ... and others alike.
    >
    > Without Sun to control Java, I believe we'll have a terrible time to work with all those MarcoShit's demon Net which changes every year with its new platform. Do you want to learn a new language every year? C-Shit? VeryBasicDemonNet? AllShittyPageDemonNet?
    >
    > Girls and guys, think twice and make sure you know the details before you make such a comments!!!
    >
    > John
    >
    > Disclaimer: I don't work for SuperiorUsableNetwork.

    Hey, they're looking for priests in my home town. Are you interested?
  11. where is j2ee1.4[ Go to top ]

    Week is past,where is J2EE1.4?
    sun is lazy?!
  12. J2EE 1.4, JMX Remote API 1.0[ Go to top ]

    I downloaded the J2EE 1.4 specification.

    This is what the spec says about JMX:
      
    {{

    J2EE.6.17 Java¬ô Management Extensions (JMX) 1.2
    Requirements
    The JMX API is used by the J2EE Management API to provide some of the
    required support for management of a J2EE product. The only JMX support
    required is specified in the J2EE Management specification. In particular,
    applications will not typically have the security permissions required to access or
    create MBean servers. Future versions of this specification may require more
    complete support for JMX.
    The JMX specification is available at http://java.sun.com/products/
    JavaManagement/.

    }}


    The J2EE 1.4 spec says nothing about the JMX Remote API.

    Are vendors required to implement the JMX Remote API 1.0 specification?

    The JMX Remote API 1.0 is defined in JSR 160:

    http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr160/