Difference between JDK, J2EE and J2SE codename



I have see the same topics here and some topics on other sites, but I'm really still confuse how Sun names those version.


Here is my knownledge about those codename. Please see it and correct for me:


JDK: stands for Java Development Kit can be know as the most basic of Java, use to develop client side application (such as desktop application (use Swing, awt, ...) or Applet,...)


J2EE: stands for Java Enterprise Edition use to develop application on Server side (such as Servlet, EJB,...)


J2SE: I have no idea about this yet !!!


When I have read on some famous forum/site (stackoverflow medianet_width='336'; medianet_height= '280'; medianet_crid='202258688';


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I was certain that I'll find a duplicate question or a satisfiyng answer, but I haven't.


What I'm looking for is the answer to these questions:


Is there an official correlation between JEE / J2EE and J2SE / JDK versions?
If the answer is yes, where is it written?
If the answer is no, then why? and is there an unofficial version table (e.g. JDK 1.4 goes well with J2EE 1.3, JDK 1.5 goes well with J2EE 1.4, JDK 1.6 with JEE 5 and so on)

I can think of a couple of reasons for the uncoupling, but can't seem to find a good reference source


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Difference between JDK, J2EE and J2SE codename
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I have see the same topics here and some topics on other sites, but I'm really still confuse how Sun names those version.


Here is my knownledge about those codename. Please see it and correct for me:


JDK: stands for Java Development Kit can be know as the most basic of Java, use to develop client side application (such as desktop application (use Swing, awt, ...) or Applet,...)


J2EE: stands for Java Enterprise Edition use to develop application on Server side (such as Servlet, EJB,...)


J2SE: I have no idea about this yet !!!


When I have read on some famous forum/site (stackoverflow

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hey guys,
i am in a bit of a fix now. I have developed all my java code in j2se Version 1.4.2 on my local system and it works perfecty and acurately. The hosting is j2ee environment.
Of what I understand and believe is that both are of the java 2 platforms but the only difference is SE is a standard edition whil EE is an enterprise edition. Therefore if a code which works with j2se will surely work with j2ee.
I thought to cross-check with you guys and see if i am going the right way ?
Thanks

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