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The Contexts and Dependency Injection specification makes it easier to integrate Java EE components of different types. It provides a common mechanism to inject component such as EJBs or Managed Beans into other components such as JSPs or other EJBs.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
The Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0 specification makes it easier to integrate Java EE components of different types. It provides a common mechanism to inject component such as EJBs or Managed Beans into other components such as JSPs or other EJBs.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables the configuration of DataSources to access Databases from applications. Any JDBC driver that complies with the JDBC 4.1, 4.0, 3.0, or 2.x specification can be used; customized configuration of many specific providers is included. High performance connection pooling is also provided.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables the configuration of resource adapters to access Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) from applications. The configuration of a resource adapter also includes the configuration of connection factories, administered objects and activation specifications. Any resource adapter that complies with the JCA 1.7 specification or lower can be used. High performance connection pooling is also provided.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables the configuration of DataSources to access Databases from applications. Any JDBC driver that complies with the JDBC 4.2, 4.1, 4.0, 3.0, or 2.x specification can be used; customized configuration of many specific providers is included. High performance connection pooling is also provided.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables support for Enterprise JavaBeans written to the EJB Lite subset of the EJB 3.2 specification.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
The wasJmsClient-2.0 feature provides applications with access to the message queues that are hosted on WebSphere Application Server through the JMS 2.0 API. This feature supersedes wasJmsClient-1.1. The wasJmsClient-2.0 feature is compliant with JMS 2.0 specifications and is supported only on JDK 7 or later. It enables access to the messaging engine that is enabled through the wasJmsServer feature, and also to the service integration bus that is hosted on a full profile server.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020


This feature enables support for the Java Batch 1.0 API specified by JSR-352.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables the use of Message-Driven Enterprise JavaBeans written to the EJB 3.2 specification. MDBs allow asynchronous processing of messages within a Java EE component.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature combines the Liberty features that support the Java EE 8.0 Web Profile.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020