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Michael Imhof
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We're designing an application to process a lot of small packages of information (8Kb each). We're planing to use webservices but we're not sure
wich architecture to choose. Important is simplicity, hot deployment and performance. Also we would like to use several processes on the server and
access over a web interface.

Following architectures are in scope:
- JBoss, EJB (or without EJB??)
- Apache, Axis
(For the web interface, we will use JSF).

Has somebody experiences with the two architectures.
Or has somebody another suggestion??
My Favorite is Apache Axis but I couldn't find any information about hotdeploy...

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Balaji Loganathan
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Hi,
I have few questions...

1. For what reasons you have chosen webservices for this project?
2. Where you see two architecture ?

Oh the other side, the software you have chosen will do the jobs like hot deployment, multi processess, performance etc.,

I cannot simple say EJB is not required but it possible do the same with POJO - Hibernate - Spring. Again this is depends on the system requirements.

Jboss supports hot deploy, all you need to do is build your web application(along with Axis jars) as Web archive and place it in jboss deploy directory.
 
Michael Imhof
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>1. For what reasons you have chosen webservices for this project?
Because we got several systems around who want to request data from our
process.

>>2. Where you see two architecture ?
You're right. Both examples mentioned above are of the same architecture,
but different components.
And there's quit a difference in using JBoss with EJB (or POJO, Hibernate, Spring) or Apache Tomcat with Axis...
 
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