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Websphere and Weblogic

 
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Hi Howard,
What additional features does websphere offer over weblogic. I'm working on weblogic from the last 1 year and now planning to learn websphere. I dont want to start a debate on #1 position but curious as I see increasing ad's such as 'WebSphere Consultant' in jobs offered forum.
Does this book explain the differences between deploying in WL and WS.
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I believe the biggest difference is in tool support. IBM has WSAD, which is more integrated with WebSphere application server than Borland's JBuilder WebLogic edition, for example, for the obvious reasons.
I haven't used WebSphere for more than 2 weeks or so, so I can't really compare the features in detail.
 
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Does this book explain the differences between deploying in WL and WS.

Based on the contents, I would say "no"...
 
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