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SUDA VIJAYA KUMAR
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Hi,
Currently, we are deploying our beans in websphere.
Could you please tell me,what are the advantages(or disadvantages) if I go for
weblogic server.I want to understand the pros and cons of these two servers.
Pl.hlp.
vijay
 
SUDA VIJAYA KUMAR
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Hi all,
Can anybody please reply to my query.
I required it urgently
Thanks inadvance
vijay
Originally posted by SUDA VIJAYA KUMAR:
Hi,
Currently, we are deploying our beans in websphere.
Could you please tell me,what are the advantages(or disadvantages) if I go for
weblogic server.I want to understand the pros and cons of these two servers.
Pl.hlp.
vijay

 
Syed Basha
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Can you please check these sites,
http://dmoz.org/Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/Application/
and
http://www.woomeranet.com.au/bazaar.enterprise2.html
I think you can reach round about.
Syed
 
Phil Sharp
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You might want to look at the following for reviews.
http://www.theserverside.com/reviews/index.jsp http://serverwatch.internet.com/appservers.html
One thing to consider is how far you have progressed in Websphere and how you have done things (have you used Websphere specific functionality). Although J2EE is supposed to be server neutral, in real life you will have to make an effort to move from one server to another. You need to work out if the effort is worth it.
Hope that helps
Phil
 
Kishore Dandu
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The info Phil mentioned is important.
I would like to add the following with respect to relative merits of WebLogic over WebSphere.
If you move to latest of WebLogic server(6.1) it is EJB2.0 compliant. That means it has more functionality like message driven beans etc which are useful for asynchronous bean activation or service activation etc. These are some cool features which will make a full fledged J2EE system real fast.
As you know WebSphere is away may be around 1 year away from achieving this compliance. So, you are already 1 year away from using some cool J2EE patterns if you go with it.
If time is not of concern and big blue has good pull in your org. that is a different ballgame.
 
Jim Baiter
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We investigated Websphere 4.0 and liked the improvements and direction but felt the quality is still beta level.
 
Kyle Brown
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And on what did you base this opinion?
Kyle
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See my homepage at http://members.aol.com/kgb1001001 for other WebSphere information.
 
Jessica Sant
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It might be worth your while to check out the new HP Application Server:
http://www.hp.bluestone.com/products/hp-as/default.htm
 
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