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Java/J2ee in NMS/OSS?

 
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Hi,
What java/j2ee technologies are used in NMS/OSS domain?
I mean do they use struts, EJBs, JDBC,etc or is it only core Java.

regards,
Vibhav
 
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Originally posted by vibhav kumar:
Hi,
What java/j2ee technologies are used in NMS/OSS domain?
I mean do they use struts, EJBs, JDBC,etc or is it only core Java.

regards,
Vibhav



Now days most of the NMS products are web based so they do use Servlets, JSPs, web servers. But not sure how many products use EJBs. They may use struts or a framework similar to that.
 
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Hi,

Usually NMS/EMS are developed using Swing, Corba,RMI and JDBC. But webbased NMS/EMS are developed using JSP and Servlets. EJB is not used in the NMS/EMS development.

Bye for now
sat
 
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I participated in the development of Fujitsu FETEX-150 ATM broadband EMS (element management system) in Raleigh, North Carolina back in 1998-2000. We used JSP/Servlet/JavaScript (front-end), EJB session beans (Model + transaction components) to handle servlet requests, and EJB entity beans for persistent + transaction. From the server code, we accessed CORBA services to communicate with the switches itself.
 
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Hey Rubens,

felt good to read ur post as I used to work for FNC in San Jose,CA in NETSMART, NMS applciation for Fujitsu
 
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Actally, I was going to join the NETSMART project. Then left Fujitsu to pursue a venture Internet business in Florida -- which btw was the worst decision I made in my life.
 
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