Java EE 5 SDK. What is it?

I know that there is NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Preview. It is big pack containing NB5.5 with Java EE 5 support, Sun Application Server 9 beta and BPEL, XML, and UML support.
What would you expect under name Java EE 5 SDK? No idea like me?
It is bundle of Sun Java System Application Server PE 9 Beta, JDK 5.0 and Platform API Docs. Interesting, isn't it. The bundle is fine you can download everything what you need at once but the name seems a little bit "unclear" for me. Maybe I'm just not used to it yet.
SDK - according to answers.com is Software Developement Kit. Isn't it obvious that developement kit for Java EE has to contain even the aplication server? Yes, it is. So, don't be suprised like me and download it :)

IMO, the best solution is: And you can start to develop Java EE 5 applications...
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Hi, The Platform APIs javadoc is always inside NetBeans 5.5 preview...Just one less download, and a better user experience. It is used for Code Completion Help for the Java EE 5 APIs in the Java source editor. You can also explore it via the menu called javadoc indices...

Posted by ludo on February 25, 2006 at 10:15 AM CET #

Thanks for info, Ludo. I'll update the post.

Posted by Lukas on February 25, 2006 at 05:03 PM CET #

Lukas, Just thought I should mention that you blog seems to often cause Firefox 1.5 on XP to lockup. It does this on mine and several of my friends machines to !

Posted by Steve Webb on February 27, 2006 at 09:28 AM CET #

hmmm, it's strange. Is it caused really by my blog? I don't do anything special here. Text, pictures, tables etc. It probably connects to a few sites like clustrmaps.com, statcounter.com. Nothing more...
Why it should lockup your firefox?
I had problem's with firefox too. I upgraded to version 1.5.0 and updated my Adobe Reader plugin according to firefox release notes.

Let me know if it helps. I don't want be the cause of the crash...

Posted by Lukas on February 27, 2006 at 09:44 AM CET #

Hi Lukas, I've got the latest Acrobat and I turned off any extensions on my browser. It also does the same on my home machine. I jump to your page via PlanetNetbeans and I've noticed one or two of the other posters in there also cause problems now and again. I think they all use a similar blog page layout though. So I suspect whatever drives the page is causing the problem.

Posted by Steve Webb on February 28, 2006 at 02:08 AM CET #

Steve, did it happen all the time or did it start in last weeks? They change something in the layout in last weeks...
I don't have problem with my firefox on xp but I'd like to solve it for you somehow...

Posted by Lukas on February 28, 2006 at 03:36 AM CET #

Hi Lukas, Well I think it started a week or so ago. I know I used to read your logs with no problem. So something somewhere has changed. Its seems fine with the linux version for some reason ! I posted a fault to the firefox guys to let them know as obviously something is wrong when the browser locks up.

Posted by Steve Webb on March 01, 2006 at 02:08 AM CET #

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