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Jetty and Java EE Web Profile

Java EE 7 Web Profile
Jetty EE 6 Web Profile

Jetty implements aspects of the Java EE specification, primarily the Servlet Specification. Recent releases of the Java EE platform have introduced a Web Profile, recognizing that many developers need only a subset of the many technologies under the Java EE umbrella.

While Jetty itself does not ship all of the Web Profile technologies, Jetty architecture is such that you can plug in third party implementations to produce a container customized to your exact needs.

Java EE 7 Web Profile

In the forthcoming Java EE-7 specification, the Web Profile reflects updates in its component specifications and adds some new ones:

Table 1.2. JavaEE7 Web Profile

JSRNameIncluded with jetty-9.1.xPluggable

JSR 340

Servlet Specification API 3.1

Yes

 

JSR 344

Java Server Faces 2.2 (JSF)

No

Yes, Mojarra or MyFaces

JSR 245 / JSR 341

Java Server Pages 2.3/Java Expression Language 3.0 (JSP/EL)

Yes

Yes

JSR 52

Java Standard Tag Library 1.2 (JSTL)

Yes

Yes

JSR 45

Debugging Support for Other Languages 1.0

Yes (via JSP)

Yes (via JSP)

JSR 346

Contexts and Dependency Injection for the JavaEE Platform 1.1 (Web Beans)

No

Yes, Weld

JSR 330

Dependency Injection for Java 1.0

No

Yes as part of a CDI implementation, Weld

JSR 316

Managed Beans 1.0

No

Yes, as part of another technology

JSR 345

Enterprise JavaBeans 3.2 Lite

No

 

JSR 338

Java Persistance 2.1 (JPA)

No

Yes, eg Hibernate

JSR 250

Common Annotations for the Java Platform 1.2

Yes

Partially (for non-core Servlet Spec annotations)

JSR 907

Java Transaction API 1.2 (JTA)

Yes

Yes

JSR 349

Bean Validation 1.1

No

Yes as part of another technology eg JSF, or a stand-alone implementation such as Hiberate Validator

JSR 339

Java API for RESTful Web Services 2.0 (JAX-RS)

No

 

JSR 356

Java API for Websocket 1.0

Yes

No

JSR 353

Java API for JSON Processing 1.0 (JSON-P)

No

Yes, eg JSON-P reference implementation

JSR 318

Interceptors 1.2

No

Yes as part of a CDI implementation


Jetty EE 6 Web Profile

Here is the matrix of JSRs for Java EE 6 Web Profile, and how they relate to Jetty:

Table 1.3. Java EE 6 Web Profile

JSRNameIncluded with jetty-9.0.xPluggable

JSR 315

Servlet Specification API 3.0

Yes

 

JSR 314

JavaServer Faces 2.0 (JSF)

No

Yes, for example, Mojarra or MyFaces

JSR 245

JavaServer Pages 2.2/Java Expression Language 2.2 (JSP/EL)

Yes

Yes

JSR 52

Java Standard Tag Library 1.2 (JSTL)

Yes

Yes

JSR 45

Debugging Support for Other Languages 1.0

Yes (via JSP)

Yes (via JSP)

JSR 299

Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform 1.0 (Web Beans)

No

Yes, Weld or OpenWebBeans

JSR 330

Dependency Injection for Java 1.0

No

Yes as part of a CDI implementation, Weld

JSR 316

Managed Beans 1.0

No

Yes, as part of another technology.

JSR 318

Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1

No

Yes, OpenEJB

JSR 317

Java Persistance 2.0 (JPA)

No

Yes, Hibernate

JSR 250

Common Annotations for the Java Platform

Yes

Partially (for non-core Servlet Spec annotations)

JSR 907

Java Transaction API (JTA)

Yes

Implementations are pluggable, such as Atomikos, JOTM, Jencks (Geronimo Transaction Manager)

JSR 303

Bean Validation 1.0

No

Yes as part of another technology (JSF), or a stand-alone implementation such as Hiberate Validator


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