Sun Microsystems formed the The Java Community ProcessSM (JCP) in 1995 to include others in guiding the development and approval of Java technical specifications. The JCP is an open group with over 300 registered individuals and companies currently participating as members. While membership will give you additional rights and privileges, all Java programmers are welcome to view and comment on Java Specification Requests (JSRs). Visit the organizations’s home page at www.jcp.org.
JSRs go through a four step process (Initiation, Community Draft, Public Draft, and Maintenance) which involves the JCP Executive Committee, Members, and the general public. To learn more about the process go to jcp.org/procedures/overview/.
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New JSRs submitted to JCP
The API is intended to allow software developers to rapidly develop external Service Provider type applications to interact with the GCCS Service.
(JSR Review Ballot: 26 Aug, 2002)
New JSRs for Public Review
The IETF protocol SDP specifies messages that describe multi-media sessions and are included within other protocol messages as payload. The API will enable users to manipulate SDP messages.
(Close of Public Review: 25 August 2002)
This JSR is to provide a standard set of APIs for representing and manipulating services described by WSDL (Web Services Description Language) documents. These APIs will define a way to construct and manipulate models of service descriptions.
(Close of Public Review: 29 September 2002)
This specification defines a Java runtime API for rule engines.
(Close of Public Review: 11 September 2002)
JOLAP is a pure Java API for the J2EETM environment that supports the creation and maintenance of OLAP data and metadata, in a vendor-independent manner.
(Close of Public Review: 22 August 2002)