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Key Embedded Java Standards

Though Sun Microsystems (www.sun.com) started the JCP and remains the dominant factor in the creation and approval of Java Specification Requests (JSR), a host of companies, organizations, and individuals also play a role. JSRs tend to gain approval only after months or even years of discussion, and the numbering convention, although sequential, only indicates when the process starts. For example, JSR-1, the Real-Time Specification for Java, will have production versions available only later this year. As Muksh Patel, president of hardware vendor Nazomi, notes, "JCP is time consuming, but it works." It allows companies like Nazomi to incorporate such features as multimedia support in a standard fashion. www.jcp.org

Key Embedded Java Standards
JSR Description
1 Real-Time Specification for Java
8 Open Services Gateway Specification (OSGi)
16 J2EETM Connector Architecture
19 Enterprise JavaBeansTM 2.0
27 Java Cryptography Extension 1.3
30 J2ME Connected, Limited Device Configuration (CLDC)
31 XML Data Binding Specification
36 J2ME Connected Device Configuration (CDC)
37 Mobile Information Device Profile (MDIP) for the J2ME Platform
46 J2ME Foundation Profile
54 JDBC 3.0 Specification
58 Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.3 Specification
62 Personal Profile Specification (for J2ME)
68 J2ME Platform Specification
75 PDA Profile for the J2ME Platform
78 RMI (Remote Method Invocation) Custom Remote References
82 Java APIs for Bluetooth
99 Java Specification Participation Agreement
118 Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 2.0 (extends JSR-37)
120 Wireless Messaging API
133 Java Memory Model and Thread Specification Revision (proposed)
134 Java Game Profile
135 Mobile Media API
169 JDBC Optional Package for CDC/Foundation Profile (proposed)
178 Mobile Game API (for MDIP 1.0)
189 Java 3D API 1.4
190 Event Tracking API for J2ME
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