Managed vs. non-managed: What is the difference in Java world?

Managed: Anything managed outside of Java EE container (typically coded for Java SE). Managed objects can run outside of/or without java EE container.

 

Nonmanaged: Anything managed by the Java EE container (such as EJB, etc.). Non-managed objects require a Java EE container to run.

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