The Java Community Process or JCP, established in 1998, is
a formalized process which allows interested parties to be
involved in the definition of future versions and features
of the Java platform.
The JCP involves the use of Java Specification Request
(JSR), which are formal documents that describe proposed
specifications and technologies to be added to the Java
Main JSR Implementations
JSR 82 is the Java specification for Bluetooth. We
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Java API for the Location aware application is defined under
the JSR 179 Location API. We undertake custom implementation
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The Generic Connection Framework (GCF) Optional Package
for J2SE will permit applications that rely on the GCF in
J2ME to migrate to J2SE.
JCP specification for a dynamic component framework
supporting existing Java SE environments based on the OSGi
dynamic component model specifications.
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