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How GOOD is Webobjects Appliation Server from Apple

 
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Hi Tony, Jim, Maha And Ajith...
I know this post doesn't pertain to certification, but UR the guys i know better cos I've been visiting Certification discussions and I know Tony from Marcus's web site too. I beleve u can give me a good advice.
I'm a client-server programmer with 6 yrs of exp and my employer is ready to train me in Java, WebObjects (Application Server from Apple) and place me as a WebObjects consultant.
Can anybody PLEASE tell how good is WebObjects. I know it's not much in demand but then I'm a PowerBuilder & Oracle guy with no Java experience. It seems to be a good opportunity.
How easy it is if I want to move over to some other Application server after 6 months. Should I go for Webobjects or try to get a Java job in next 3-6 months, maybe a project moving on from Powerbuilder to Java.
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to get in touch with java community through this insightful web site.
 
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Harry Chawla,
I have worked with the Java server which comes from the JSDK servlet kit from Sun. I haven't worked with WEBLOGIC server. But what I heard from other friends is WebLogic is used for many Web application. Now-a-days IBM's Webshpere also seems to get more attention in the market.
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Hi Maha
Thanks for your info. Ur right Weblogic is most in demand and WebSphere is also in good demand but I'm getting the offer in WebObjects ( APples Application server), moreso only it's next version due in Nov 200, will have support for EJB and JDBC though all scripting is done in java.
How easy is it to switch from one PApp server to other?
Thanks.
 
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Hi
Can u guys pls call this topic as it's not relevant now.
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Hi,
can some one tell me that is there any way to connect sybase from IBM web sphere and how ?
Please do reply.
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