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Java and JSEE (JSE, J2ee), etc

When I say JSE, JSEE

What is the actual and current acronym I am looking for

... and do the protocols provided by this acronym prove a SSL solution (and what would be the name of this SSL solution)

Thanks
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Anthony Lucia
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Anthony Lucia
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Probably the most current "term" for what (I think) you want is "Java SE" and this stands for "Java Standard Edition". There is also "Java EE" for "Java Enterprise Edition" and others.

You may have seen in the past a term like J2SE but the "2" has been dropped these days, I guess, so as not to confuse people with having two different numbers in the title. However, you will still see this usage around. Even here on Experts Exchange there is a zone called J2EE which probably should be renamed to "Java EE".

As for SSL, yes, "Java SE" contains features in order to make SSL connections but I'm not really sure there is any name for it. Maybe you could refer to it by the package structure under which the classes reside, ie. javax.net.ssl
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