Which JSRs Are Included In Java EE 7?

I started to fill out a table of all of the Java Specification Requests that are supposed to go into Java EE 7. Because the platform edition is still being decided, some of the details are rather hard to pin down.

The full EJB Product for Java EE 7 has these following standard components and APIs:-

Name

Version

Description

JSR

Web

Profile

Batch Process

1.0

Batch Processing

352

Bean Validation

1.1

Bean validation framework

349

Common Annotations

1.1

Common Annotations for the Java EE platform

250

Might be

CDI

1.1

Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE

346

Y

Concurrency Utilities

1.0

Concurrency Utilities for the Java EE platform

236

DI

1.0

Dependency Injection for Java

330

EL

3.0

Unified Expression Language for configuration of web components and context dependency injection

341

Y

EJB

3.2

Enterprise Java Beans, entity beans and EJB QL

345

Y (Lite)

JAAS

Java Authentication & Authorization Service

JACC

1.4

Java Authorization Contract for Containers

115

Java EE Management

1.1

JASPIC

1.1

Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers

196

JavaMail

1.4

Java Mail API

919

Might be

JAXB

Java API for XML Binding

JAXP

1.4

Java API for XML Parsing

206

JAX-RS

2.0

Java API for RESTful Services

339

Y

JAX-WS

1.3

Java API for XML –based Web Services including SOAP and WSDL

224

JCA

1.7

J2EE Connector Architecture

?

JCache

1.0

Temporary Caching API for Java EE

107

Maybe

JMS

2.0

Java Message Service

343

JPA

2.1

Java Persistence API

338

Y

JSF

2.2

Java Server Faces

344

Y

JSON

1.0

JavaScript Serialization Object Notation Protocol

353

Maybe

JSP

2.3

Java Server Pages

?

Y

JSPD

1.0

Java Server Pages Debugging

?

Y

JSTL

1.2

Java Standard Template Library

?

Y

JTA

1.2

Java Transaction API

Managed Beans

1.0

Managed Beans 1.1

342?

Y

Servlet

3.1

Java Servlet

340

Y

Web Services

1.3

224

Web Services Metadata

2.1

Are these the correctly numbered JSRs? Are you involved with the newest of these JSRs? If so can you give a definite answer?

Reference: Which JSRs Are Included In Java EE 7? from our JCG partner Peter Pilgrim at the Peter Pilgrim’s blog blog.

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