AAA: Authentication, Authorization, Accounting

AWT: Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT VS. Swing VS. SWT)

AOP: ASPect Oriented Programming

BMP: Bean-Managed Persistent

CMP: Container-Managed Persistent

CORBA: Common Object Request Broker Architecture

DI: Dependency Injection

DTD: Document Type Definition

EJB: Enterprise Java Beans(Session Beans, Entity Beans, Message-driven Beans)

IDL: Interface Definition Language

IIOP: Internet Inter-ORB Protocol

IOC: Inversion Of Control

I18N: InternationalizationN

L10N: LocalizatioN

J2EE: Java2 Enterprise Edition(EJB, JTA, JDBC, JCA, JMX, JNDI, JMS, JavaMail, Servlet, JSP)

J2ME: Java2 Micro Edition

J2SE: Java2 Standard Edition

JAF: Java Action FrameWork

JCA: Java Cryptography Architecture

JCP: Java Community Process

JDBC: Java Data Base Connectivity

JDK: Java Development Kit

JDO: Java Data Object

JFC: Java Foundation Classes

JMS: Java Message Service

JNDI: Java Naming And Directory Interface

JNI: Java Native Interface

JPA: Java Persistence API

JRE: Java Runtime Environment

JSDK: Java Software Development Kit

JSF: Java Server Faces

JSP: Java Server Pages

JTA: Java Transaction API

JTS: Java Transaction Service

JVM: Java Virtual Machine(JRE VS. JNode VS. SableVM)

MVC: Model, View, Controller

OMG: Object Menagement Group

OCP: Open Closed Principle (Software entities should be open for extension, but closed for modification.)

OR Mapping: Object Relation Mapping

PI: Processing Instruction

PO: Persisent Object

POJO: Plain Ordinary Java Object

RADIUS: Remote Authentication Dial In User Service

RMI: Remote Method Invocation

RTTI: RunTime Type Identification

SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture

SPI: Service Provider Interface

WFC: Windows Foundation Classes for Java

WORA: Write Once, Run Anywhere

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