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D. Rose
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Hi,
As far as my experience goes, I see that j2ee is the only architecture servicing at enterprise level.
Are there any other component base technologies competing with J2EE? I find that performance is an issue with J2EE.
Can anybody point me to similar discussion or book about this?
 
Sridhar Raman
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Well, you have .NET from Microsoft. COM+, CORBA and COM are some of the predecessors that come to mind.

If you search the web, you would find a lot of articles that talk on these subjects. There are also many comparative studies on .NET and J2EE, especially in the area of performance. Just run a search from google to get to this info.
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Originally posted by Rei Damle:

Can anybody point me to similar discussion or book about this?

I hope this book might be intesting for you as well... I got a copy from the library and I'm having fun in reading that book too...
 
D. Rose
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Well, you have .NET from Microsoft. COM+, CORBA and COM are some of the predecessors that come to mind.


I knew about COM and CORBA but obviously they have lot of disadvantages compared to J2EE.
.NET is new and not as established as j2EE. Are there any serious projects with .NET?
[ March 02, 2004: Message edited by: Rei Damle ]
 
Sridhar Raman
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Oh yes, definitely. There are many companies that are strongly committed to using Microsoft products for a number of reasons. There are some big time .NET projects happening around the world.
Well, COM and CORBA are technology of the past. It would be unfair to compare them with J2EE. I gave them as examples of component architecture offering services at an entrprise level
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Originally posted by Rei Damle:

Are there any serious projects with .NET?
[ March 02, 2004: Message edited by: Rei Damle ]

How come u have this sort of question? Of course, there are uncountable serious projects using .Net... U might probably hear that .Net is the biggest competitor of J2EE... Moreover, there are a lot of advantages in .Net that J2EE cannot compete with... Hope it is clear....
 
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