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Introducing the Java EE 6 Platform: Part 2
Posted: March 29, 2010Published: December 1, 2009
Author: Ed OrtPublisher: Oracle
Some of the most significant enhancements made in Java EE 6 appear in the web tier. As mentioned earlier, one of the goals of Java EE 6 is to make the platform more extensible, and two key improvements in the area of extensibility are web fragments and shared framework pluggability. These two new features are provided in Java EE 6 by Servlet 3.0 technology. Servlet 3.0, JSR 315, the latest version of Servlet technology, offers some other valuable enhancements such as support for asynchronous processing and support for annotations.


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