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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: client/server Game, what is used for server ? Java SE or Java EE ? on: 2007-04-12 13:52:48
thx, and yeah you are right.
I just meant that it doesnt really have to handle many connections (though its called MMORPG), since we wont have that many testers Cheesy
And it doesnt need to look good (not even 3d) and i guess it doesent even need many features, since we (8-10 people) have to do it within 2 month (in our freetime).

So once I am done with that I can think of coding my own game where I don't have to rush to get it finished Cheesy
2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: client/server Game, what is used for server ? Java SE or Java EE ? on: 2007-04-12 10:48:10
thx guys.

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EE = SE + web framework

Guess my big misunderstanding was what Java EE actually is.
(Anyone knows a list of example what you usually do with Java EE? I know you can do Servlets, though such thinks can also be done in php or something like that, i guess)

I guess I will check project Darkstar out for an another game where actually many clients/connections have to be managed.
But for the game I am now going to write I'll be fine with out it, since its just a student projects  where we have to code a simple MMORPG.
3  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / client/server Game, what is used for server ? Java SE or Java EE ? on: 2007-04-11 17:34:54
Hi,
I searched the forums and payed google a visit, but somehow I did not find out whether you use Java EE or Java SE for Gameservers.
For example you are coding a game which has clients, and a Gameserver where clients connect to (e.g. MMORPGs).
Until now i thought that everything that has to do with Servers has to be done with Java EE, but after reading what Java EE is about I am not that sure anymore.
I guess I still haven't got what exactly Java EE is capabale of / used for.

I am asking because in the near future I want to make a online game and wanted to know whether the Server should be coded in Java EE, so I might start learning the basics of Java EE.

Thanks in advance.
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