Does J2EE support Enterprise applications?

Is Java Beans an application dependent components?

Does JavaBeans support sharing among the network?

1 Javabean can contain how many classes?

Does Servlets execution starts with main methods?

One has to wonder what J2EE would be if not Enterprisey...

One has to wonder what J2EE would be if not Enterprisey...

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Does J2EE support Enterprise applications?

Is Java Beans an application dependent components?

Does JavaBeans support sharing among the network?

1 Javabean can contain how many classes?

Does Servlets execution starts with main methods?

servlets doesnt start with main method....servlet has lifecycle methods which are executed by a web server or an application server....for resource like a servlet you deploy in the server the container(an application contained in a server)takes care of servlet...it creates object of the servlet...and provides the service.....The life cycle methods of a servlet are
public void init(arguments);
public void service(arguments);
public void destroy();
to find more about servlets see the j2ee api...that should tell you more about it....

well a java bean is a class which has getter and setter methods...with fields which are private...
J2EE technologies like(servlets,jsp,EJB(for n-tier applications)) are exclusive for enterprise applications.....

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