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The following JavaTM Specification Requests (JSRs) have been rejected for the reasons stated. Note that it is possible for a JSR to be Accepted from the JSR Approval Ballot but be rejected in a later ballot.

20 Orthogonal Persistence for the JavaTM Platform
Description: Orthogonal persistence for the JavaTM platform (OPJ) would have provided persistence for the full computational model specified by the JavaTM Language Specification (JLS).
Status: Rejected
Reason: This work duplicates functionality to be provided by JSR-000012 Java Data Objects Specification. Work on Orthogonal Persistence continued at SunLabs.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 1999-08-11
Spec Lead: Mick Jordan, Oracle
 
 
 
76 RMI Security for J2SETM
Description: Define a high-level API for network security in JavaTM 2 Standard Edition RMI, covering basic security mechanisms: authentication (including delegation), confidentiality, and integrity.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in Draft Approval/Reconsideration Ballots.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2001-02-21
Spec Lead: Bob Scheifler, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 
 
 
78 RMI Custom Remote References
Description: Provide a general framework in JavaTM 2 Standard Edition RMI for customizing remote invocation behavior.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in Draft Approval/Reconsideration Ballots.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2001-02-21
Spec Lead: Ann Wollrath, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 
 
 
85 Rules-based Authorization and Audit
Description: Define an API for managing and accessing a rules-based authorization and audit trail service.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2000-10-10
Spec Lead: Hal Lockhart, Entegrity Solutions
 
 
 
143 JavaDesk
Description: JavaDesk provides a standard desktop API across platforms using an MVC model. Applications can control and enhance the desktop using the JavaDesk API.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2001-08-06
Spec Lead: Rich Isaac, Bay Equities, Inc.
 
 
 
178 Mobile Game API
Description: Defines an optional package that will facilitate the emergence of the market for the development of compelling games on mobile phones. The API shall work with MIDP1.0.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the ME Executive Committee in the JSR Reconsideration Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2002-05-07
Spec Lead: Thomas Landspurg, In-Fusio SA
 
 
 
213 Micro WSCI Framework for J2ME.
Description: Effort to define another layer of the J2ME Web Service stack, implementing the 'observable' behavior of a choreographed Web Service on the Device, relative to the message exchange requiring support.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the ME Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2003-05-13
Spec Lead: Ash Parikh, IOPSIS Software Inc.
 
 
 
214 Micro BPSS for J2ME Devices.
Description: This JSR is to provide a standard set of APIs for J2ME Devices for representing and manipulating Collaboration Profile and Agreement information described by ebXML CPP/A (Collaboration Protocol Profile/Agreement) documents.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the ME Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2003-05-13
Spec Lead: Ash Parikh, IOPSIS Software Inc.
 
 
 
275 Units Specification
Description: This JSR specifies Java packages for modeling and working with standard measures known as units.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in the Public Draft Reconsideration Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2010-03-09
Spec Lead: Jean-Marie Dautelle, Dautelle, Jean-Marie
Spec Lead: Werner Keil, Keil, Werner
 
 
 
288 Adaptive JavaTM ME System API
Description: This specification will define a mechanism that enables a systems developer to include multiple Configurations and Profiles on a single device, using one set of developed components.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the ME Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot and JSR Reconsideration Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2006-02-22
Spec Lead: Andre Kruetzfeldt, Aplix Corporation
 
 
 
323 Strong Mobility for JavaTM
Description: Strong Mobility is the movement of code, data and execution state from one location to another. This specification defines byte-code transformation to achieve Strong Mobility for Java-based programs.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
JSR Review Ballot Failed Start: 2008-01-22
Spec Lead: Hiroki Suguri, Suguri, Hiroki
 
 
 
324 On Screen MIDlet API for Java ME
Description: This JSR defines the API set for MIDlet activation functionality on idle screen.
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the ME Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2008-04-15
Spec Lead: Dave Kim, SK Telecom Co., Ltd.
 
 
 
357 Social Media API
Description: This specification proposes an API for accessing and providing social information networks
Status: Rejected
Reason: This JSR was not approved by the SE/EE Executive Committee in the JSR Approval Ballot.
Latest Stage:
Rejected Effective: 2012-03-20
Spec Lead: Werner Keil, Keil, Werner
Spec Lead: Antoine Sabot-Durand, Sabot-Durand, Antoine