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Major Enhancement to JAVA Platform



Sun Microsystems brought major new enhancements to the Java platform, including additional support for key Web services technologies in the upcoming release of Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) version 1.4. Building on Java technology's heritage of platform independence and portability by design, Sun is working through the Java Community Process (JCP) to make J2EE technology the standard for Java Web services development and interoperability. Specifically, Sun will include full support for the "Basic Profile" specification that has been proposed by the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) to ensure that Web services component technologies work together.

By adding support for WS-I Basic Profile to the existing support for Web services standards such as WSDL, SOAP, ebXML, and UDDI, J2EE technology provides both the Web services programming model and data model that enable developers to build end-to-end applications and services that can be used on any internet enabled device, anytime, anywhere and by anyone. As a result, developers can apply their programming knowledge broadly across computing environments to build portable Web applications or Web services that allow customers to save costs and increase revenues by bringing their information assets to the Web.

For the estimated three million Java developers, J2EE v 1.4 enables a new level of abstraction of the platform that reduces development complexity and helps developers more quickly build and deliver innovative applications and Web services. Java's appeal to developers is in its cross platform portability, faster time to market through component reusability and platform neutrality. For businesses using Java technology, estimated at 70 percent of enterprises surveyed in a recent analyst study, it means being able to switch computing environments without the cost of reengineering, leverage infrastructure investments via simplified integration with applications and legacy systems, and compatibility testing to protect the portability of their applications and Web services.



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