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J2EE v. 1.4 Previewed at JavaOne Japan, Enhances Multiplatform Computing
J2EE v. 1.4 Previewed at JavaOne Japan, Enhances Multiplatform Computing

(September 27, 2002) - At JavaOne Japan Developer Conference, Sun Microsystems, Inc. previewed the latest version of J2EE. J2EE v 1.4 boosts multiplatform computing with the integration of Web services support, making Java the only architecture capable of giving developers the ability to deploy production ready Web services across heterogeneous environments. J2EE v 1.4 provides support for Web services functionalities such as UDDI and ebXML registries and repositories, SOAP, XML processing and schemas, and the Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

Currently the J2EE v 1.4 is in proposed final draft under the Java Community Process with a target customer shipment date of Q1 2003. The beta version is expected to be available in November 2002. Sun expects to have a release of their Sun ONE Studio product that will support the J2EE v1.4 platform by May 2003.

New features include Web services support integrated with Servlets and EJBs, an enhanced version of the connector architecture, standard J2EE management, and deployment functionalities. For more on the J2EE v 1.4 specifications, see http://jcp.org/jsr/detail/151.jsp.

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