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Opinion Kushner: afore ya go

 
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Dear sir,
In your opinion, what are the implementation
choices (product philosophy?) made for Websphere
Studio that in the long run would prove it's superiority
over (a combination of) other products?
And in the solutions it provides has there been
an explicit choice of technological solutions it
won't support? Certifying for IBM Certified Enterprise
Developer is one of my goals, but after that what
can't I definitely do in de area it covers?
Best regards,
Gian Franco
[ February 06, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
[ February 06, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
 
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I am also interested in knowing whether Studio can be used for app servers other than Websphere?
 
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Yes, certainly. Studio can be used to generate J2EE .ear files for any J2EE application server, including WebSphere, or you can use it just to generate plain old HTML pages (tho it is really overkill if that's all you need...). You can code to J2EE 1.2 or 1.3 standards, plug in your own Java runtime environment, and it will dramatically improve your love life.
Oh, wait... Now I'm sounding like the product brochure.
Al

Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
I am also interested in knowing whether Studio can be used for app servers other than Websphere?

 
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Dear Sir,
Afore ya go, can you give a succint
answer to this topic.
Thanks in advance.
Gian Franco
[ February 06, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
 
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Okay Folk,
I'll give it a shot in 25 word or less.
What I like about the WebSphere brand (including both WebSphere Studio and WebSphere Application Server):
  • Standards based
  • Open
  • Tool to tool integration
  • Scalability/performance
  • Features/functionality


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    Greenhorn
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    I'm not sure if this belongs here...but can anyone give a comparison between ASAD and the new WebLogic Workshop (http://www.bea.com/framework.jsp?CNT=index.htm&FP=/content/products/workshop). Bea was late to the IDE market but has got some buzz/awards lately. My little tiny bet is still on IBM but it would be nice to know how its biggest competitor stacks up.
    Thanks in advance!
    Zach
     
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