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Michael Finney
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http://www.ppjdg.org had a great presentation on Web Services which was given by Silver Stream.
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faisal mahmood
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Does the Webservices presentation site still exist?
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Guillaume Compagnon
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SilverStream Application server does not exist anymore.
SilverStream sells Webservices infrastructure, is it right ?
On what consist this webservice infrastructure ? can you use WebSphere or WebLogic AS in this infrastructure ?
(I ve got the same questions with Gemstone)
if anyone has XP on these products ... U re welcome
 
faisal mahmood
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As far as I know weblogic can be run on pure jre (i.e. not native stuff). So, if you can a jvm 1.2.2+ to work on XP - sure this is possible - then you can get weblogic to work.
Ofcourse, the performance will degrade.
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WLS 6.1 has Web Services built-in and a bolt-on WS for 6.0 is available as a download.
 
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can I get the above said presentation from anywhere OR does anybody have it downloaded?
Thanks
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Hi
The sun has web services specifications and API. Are these the only ones available or is there any other specs as far as the web services are concerned?
Raj
 
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The presentation is at : http://www.silverstream.com/website/app/en_US/Whitepapers http://www.silverstream.com/website/app/en_US/document/JumpPages/Jump_ExtendWebinar.html
More informative & concise presentation on Webservices i have ever found on the net is from Doug Tidwell ...available in itworld.com , refer to the post http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum51/HTML/000002.html
What happens when a new concept is devised ? Someone decides to make an industry out of it ..( dont get me wrong i am all for it ! )
Companies like Silverstream , http://www.capeclear.com/ are "webservices enablers"
And yes you can use your existing Weblogic 6.0 or websphere3.5/4.0 servers with all the EJB and J2ee components OR even for that matter download the new FREELY available HP bluestone server ( FOR FREE !! ...right ..Pay for the JMS please ..) as the app server wars heat on ...or even webservice enable your existing M$ components ..

Originally posted by Guillaume Compagnon:
SilverStream Application server does not exist anymore.
SilverStream sells Webservices infrastructure, is it right ?
On what consist this webservice infrastructure ? can you use WebSphere or WebLogic AS in this infrastructure ?
(I ve got the same questions with Gemstone)
if anyone has XP on these products ... U re welcome


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Guillaume Compagnon
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So, my understood is almost right about this new market: "Webservices enablers"; companies that make all their business on that branch will/do have serious problems of concurrency with companies that provide Application Servers AND Webservices tool kits...
 
Andy Rodriguez
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You could do everything yourself from scratch ...OR ... utilize the framework and tool kits from multiple vendors that are available in the market today to webservice enable existing enterprise app's .
An excellent article on cape connect is on webservices architect website , i found it to be a really interesting read http://www.webservicesarchitect.com/content/articles/irani06.asp

Originally posted by Guillaume Compagnon:
So, my understood is almost right about this new market: "Webservices enablers"; companies that make all their business on that branch will/do have serious problems of concurrency with companies that provide Application Servers AND Webservices tool kits...


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Michael Finney
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ppjdg/files/Presentations/October%202001/ is the presentation materials.
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faisal mahmood
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Is HP application server free and support Webservices?
I tried looking for the website and could not find a link to it. Can anyone please post the direct URL for the app server for downloading? how big is the download?
Faisal
 
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