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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?

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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.....

Edited by peter_budo: Correcting quote closing tag

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