Application client projects
Application client projects contain programs that run on networked client systems so the project can benefit from a server's tools.
Creating an enterprise application project
Using the wizard to create an enterprise application project allows you to package many web applications and modules in a project and deploy these modules as a J2EE enterprise application.
Creating a connector project
A connector is a J2EE standard extension mechanism for containers to provide connectivity to enterprise information systems (EISs).
Specifying target servers for J2EE projects
When you develop J2EE applications, you can specify the server runtime environments for your J2EE projects. The target server is specified during project creation and import, and it can be changed in the project properties. The target server setting is the default mechanism for setting the class path for J2EE projects.
Facets define characteristics and requirements for Java EE projects and are used as part of the runtime configuration.