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Old July 14th, 2005, 11:56 PM
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I was just wondering on how is J2EE different from J2SE, since that is the standard version, but how is Java 2 Enterprise Edition different? That just didn't seem clear to me.

 
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J2EE has a bunch of libraries included for making businessy tasks easier (things like sending MIME encoded email). Yiou can think of it as a superset of J2SE. Because of this it's also a much larger download ;)



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