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Aftab Hussain
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Does anyone know if .Net provides the middleware services we get in the J2EE world with an App server??
 
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Hi Aftab
Can you name some of those services ?
I think .net provide all services that j2ee has , meanwhile those services are intended to works with microsoft stuff , and nothing else
for example , messaging, Transaction , security , ws lifecycle , ...
one thing that i did not find its equal in .net is Managed components like EJBs.
 
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Originally posted by Masoud Kalali:
Hi Aftab
Can you name some of those services ?
I think .net provide all services that j2ee has , meanwhile those services are intended to works with microsoft stuff , and nothing else
for example , messaging, Transaction , security , ws lifecycle , ...
one thing that i did not find its equal in .net is Managed components like EJBs.


Hi Masoud,

I'm talking about all the middleware services you get with an app server e.g. scalability, availability, performance, security, etc. In J2EE an application server provides theses services via EJB technology (managed components).

I can't find anything similiar in the .Net world which really surprises me. I know the .Net framework provides good API calls to handle things like transaction management, etc. But this is not the same as the middleware services you get with an app server via EJB technology. Does Microsoft have any plans to add this support to the .Net framework?? Am I missing something here??

Thanks
 
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