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By elliotjbentley
Published: Sep 04 2012 / 09:48

More features for Java fall down the line, but this time for the right reasons as Oracle start to think cloud standardization shouldn't be on the agenda. Yet.
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Grzegorz Grzybek replied ago:

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With such "news" - is JavaEE really needed? I mean what's the point calling few refreshed APIs (JMS, JAX-RS, CDI) an "Enterprise Edition"? So called "Enterprise" uses what it needs - it doesn't hold its breath waiting for EDR to become PFD and finally FR... JMS 2.0 seems interesting, but I hope it will become less relevant (how long it will take for e.g. IBM WebSphere MQ to be JMS2.0 compliant?) because of AMQP. And other "specs"? I don't see *any* philosophical differences between classes in "javax.*" package and the other ones. And for the practical reasons I choose what's widely adopted and tested *now*. Will e.g. Jackson become deprecated after the release of JSR-353 (JSON)? regards Grzegorz Grzybek

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