According to a post in the Oracle blog, the next version of enterprise Java, Java EE 7 has got the approval of Java Community Process executive. The new version of Java Enterprise Edition, Java EE7 is likely to be implemented in next couple of weeks, the blog said.
Linda DeMichiel in the blog said that the Java EE 7 Platform and Web Profile JSR have received the final approval of JCP Executive Committee with an overwhelming majority of the committee members.
"This completes the JCP approval process for all of the JSRs under the Java EE 7 umbrella.," she wrote.
The new Java EE 7 Platform consists of 14 Java Specification Requests (JSRs) and 9 Maintenance Releases (MRs), which also includes the JSRs led by Red Hat (CDI and Bean Validation) and IBM (Batch). Of these JSRs, the WebSocket, JSON, Concurrency, and Batch JSRs are new to the Java EE Platform with this release.
The list of the JSRs and MRs includes:
Java Specification Requests (JSRs):
Maintenance Releases (MRs)
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