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Would you add a hardware and architecture column
 
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What about the hardware relates to Java?
 
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Currently any hardware related questions go in the General Computing Forum.
Architecture topics are covered in the forums that relate to the specific Java Technology that they are trying to support. For instance the EBJ forum could discuss the server arrangements required to support application servers. However if the question relates to getting a particular application server configured you would be best going to the forum for that vendors app server.
 
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And general architecture questions can go in the "OO, patterns, uml and refactoring" forum.
 
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