Java Enterprise Edition (JavaEE) is a platform for enterprise computing for Java.

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Programming in academic environment vs industry environment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Differences between programming in school vs programming in industry? This is a general discussion about programming in the industry environment. The background story is ...
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What kind of test should be given to Java EE programmers? [closed]

I'm looking to hire developers and I wish to test them. I have been especially told by my boss that we should have programmers on board that can consult on banking sector software and I'm to come up ...
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Dev vs Stage environment vs Prod Environment

I work for a company where we build enterprise applications, and we maintain three environments: dev, stage and prod. The meaning of dev is intuitive: it's the environment used during development of ...
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What are these different Java versions for?

I am just about to start my Java journey, ( I've already dabbled in C++) but I am getting really confused about all the different versions of Java: JavaSE JavaEE JavaFX etc. Can someone explain ...
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Is object pooling a deprecated technique?

I am very familiar with the concept of object pooling and I always try to use it as much as possible. Additionally I always thought that object pooling is the standard norm as I have observed that ...
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SLF4J vs LOG4J Which one to prefer? [closed]

I have seen this question but does not answer me. It have a brand new project. I have almost always used Log4J but now I am seeing SLF4J making some waves. What is it that Log4J could not do and we ...
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How do you approach a new project where the code has already been written? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you dive into large code bases? I'm about to take on maintenance and enhancements of a fairly large and complex Java EE project with a Javascript front end. I'm ...
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Java SE and Java EE? [duplicate]

I was now talking with some people and they told me that if i was intrested in a job in the future for Java programming i should not spend too much time only learning Java SE i should spend time ...
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Customer wants to modify the .properties files packaged in our WAR file

I have a customer who wants the ability to modify the .properties files packaged in the web applications WAR file so that they have the control to modify environments at settings. They will be ...
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How to gradually improve on an old IBM Host C++ framework

Imagine a C++ framework as a business layer, but with controlling logic as well. E.g. user rights, state of the webflow etc. With some plain C code to access DB2. The whole framework is host based. We ...
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What is the best way to manage Hibernate sessions in a Struts-1 application?

I am now the owner of a Struts-1 application, and the Hibernate session management is all over the place. I have searched online documentation but have not found a clear explanation of the best way ...
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What version control system is typically used in Java Enterprise development?

There are many vcs available. Which of them are typically used in JavaEE world?
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When designing data models for JPA, what's the best way to make use of polymorphism?

I've been asked to support a Java EE application. The data model was poorly-designed and will not support several necessary use cases; so I'm developing a new data model using EclipseLink (the old one ...
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What are some good JAIN SLEE related books?

Could you recommend some good reading materials related to JAIN SLEE? Or Java in Telecommunications in general.
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How to get started in coding for JBoss [closed]

I have an idea on how to revamp our internal application, after having accessed the needs of the users, addressing thier current issues, and the like. But I am not a coder. My last application I ...
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Using regular Java classes in Java web apps

I'm work on a simple blogging web application using Java and MySQL as the database backend. I'm implementing the whole application using plain HTML and servlets. I'm using a Java class with static ...
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Creating Java EE Projects with Maven

I've been developing Java EE web apps with Eclipse for about a year. My employer doesn't use Maven, but the more I read about it, the more convinced I am that Maven + Hudson will be greatly beneficial ...
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Is your company thinking of transitioning from java to another technology? [closed]

As every Java developer knows, Oracle bought Sun and the future of java looks quite unclear, specially since Oracle wants to monetize the JVM. Java as a language has also been stale in the last few ...
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Continuous integration never results in build errors

I'm working with a variety of Java EE websites which use internal libraries we've developed. For each website, we only upgrade to new versions of our internal libraries as needed, and before ...
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Advantages of Scala vs. Groovy with JAVA EE 6 Applications [closed]

Please let me first emphasize that I am not looking for flame wars. I just want advice from people who have real experiences. I started learning JAVA EE 6 as real newbie and am having a difficult ...
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Why do almost all Java jobs (postings and from recruiters) say J2EE rather than the newer JEE versions? [closed]

I'm still fairly new to Java but have definite comfort now working within the framework I am used to which would mainly be focused on Spring, Hibernate and JEE 6. It seems like every time I talk to a ...