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J2EE

TmaxSoft (yes, where I work now) achieved it (of course except the Sun RI :-). See http://java.sun.com/javaee/overview/compatibility.jsp for more details. We are planning to release some preview as well. Thank you all for your great help, especially Alan, Arthur, and Stephen from the Sun CTS team. I couldn't forget such a beautiful weather in Boston. P.S. More about this to come, so stay tuned!
on Jun 15, 2006
While I was working on preparing slides for my session on TmaxDay 2006 (http://www.tmax.co.kr/tmaxday/), I came up with some idea of grouping and classifying Java web services technologies: Java Web Services 1.0 (adopted by J2EE 1.4) JAXP 1.2 SAAJ 1.2 JAX-RPC 1.1 (Optional) EWS (JSR 109) 1.1 Java Web Services 2.0 (adopted by Java EE 5 and Java SE 6) JAXP 1.3 + StAX 1.0 (= JAXP 1.4) SAAJ 1.3 JAXB...
on Mar 30, 2006