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NetBeans 3.6 supports J2EE 1.4, Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.5, and provides improved JSP debugging with Java Specification Request (JSR) 45.
OASIS has been working in parallel on another standard called JSR 168 (Java Specification Request) which aims to deliver inter-operability across different vendors' portlets.
Adopting a school report-card metaphor, McNealy rated industry participation in the JCP is an "A" saying 55 different organizations are participating on Java Specification Requests (JSRs).
The JTC will promote the creation, adoption and advancement of Java Specification Requests (JSRS) for "toolability" and interoperability in the design-time area.
Don Deutsch, Oracle vice president of standards, strategy and architecture and a JCP executive committee member for desktop and server-side Java, admitted some Java Specification Requests (JSRs) do stick, but overall he believes the JCP moves fast.
Oracle's product mix features Java and the company has participated in numerous Java Specification Requests (JSR), Gosling said.