In every industry, businesses face the challenge of accomodating ever greater demands for high -speed data access, diverse clients and secure transactions without incurring extensive additional costs. To extend existing IT investments while meeting these demands, developers have consistently adopted the Java Enterprise Edition Platform.
The de-facto standard for delivering secure, robust, scalable multi-platform applications and services, Java EE technology and its success is predicated on compatibilty which brings Java technology's mission of "Write Once, Run Anywhere" capability to the server. Developers can write applications to the Java EE specification -- and companies can purchase such applications -- and be assured that they are portable across all the Java compatible, Enterprise Edition products available today. If you do not see your Java EE vendor on this list, download a letter ( PDF | HTML) which you can send to your vendor and communicate your interest in Java EE compatibility.
|1.4 Compatible Implementations|
BEA WebLogic Server 9.2
Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Application Server v9.1
Cosminexus Application Server
IBM WebSphere Application Server
JBoss Application Server 4.0
Oracle Application Server Containers for J2EE 10g (10.1.3)
Pramati Server 5.0
NetWeaver J2EE Preview
Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8
TongWeb Application Server Version v4.6
T4 Application Server
Borland Application Server 6.6
| Other Compatible Implementations |
See this list of Java EE 1.3 Compatible Implementations.
See this list of Java EE 1.2 Compatible Implementations.
| J2EE Platform Authorized Licensees |
See this page for a list of companies which have licensed the Java EE Platform .