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J2EE - Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition is a Java-based, runtime platform for developing distributed multi-tier architecture applications, using modular components. J2EE is typically deployed on critical, large-scale networked developments, such as electronic ticketing and banking.
Java - Java is a cross-platform, object-oriented programming language suitable for writing anything from a distributed application that runs on a corporate network to a database-driven Web site to host your personal photo gallery. Java programs are compiled into an intermediate binary form, which needs to be interpreted by a Virtual Machine. Virtual Machines exist for many platforms, allowing compiled applications to be used on a variety of platforms.
Java Server Pages - Java Server Pages (JSP) is a server-side technology that allows developers to create Web-based applications that can make use of components that are developed in the Java programming language, according to the JavaBeans specification. In some respects, it can be compared to server-side scripting languages such as ASP and PHP. JSP is similar to PHP in the C-style syntax of the Java language, but JSP was also designed to be extendable using components like ASP
JDBC - Java DataBase Connectivity
An application program interface specification for connecting programs written in Java to the data in a database. It is a Java API that enables Java programs to execute SQL statements and interact with any SQL-compliant database. Since nearly all relational database management systems (DBMSs) support SQL, and since Java itself runs on most platforms, JDBC makes it possible to write a single database application that can run on different platforms and interact with different DBMSs. Similar to ODBC, it was developed by JavaSoft, a subsidiary of Sun Microsystems.
JPEG - JPEG is an image file format commonly used for compressing photographic images for low bandwidth applications such as the Web. JPEG stands for "Joint Photographics Expert Group", the body who created the JPEG standard. JPEG uses a lossy compression algorithm based on a Discrete Cosine Transform to compress its images. A new standard called JPEG2000 exists, based on superior Wavelet compression and having more features. JPEG2000 is not well supported by software.
Jump page - A Web page that appears to users that have clicked on a link in an online ad. The purpose of this "jump page" or splash page is to capture the user's attention in order to promote special offers or to measure the response to an online ad.
In Web site maintenance, the jump page is typically the page that is posted to redirect the user when the page's URL has been changed.