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Fernando Martinez
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Hi to everyone. Maybe its not a simple question and maybe what i say makes no sense.

I want to develop SOA but i dont know where to start, what technologies to review. I understand that there exists Java EE 6 and propietary technologies such as Oracle, IBM. I also understand that there is struts, spring, faces, ejb. I know some will be used at user interaction level but simply dont know what are the options at every layer.

I have the following questions:

1. How do these technologies interact, i mean something like struts and faces on the top of JEE using EJB? What document should i read on where to start?
2. If i want to develop SOA, can i use only open-source or non-propietary technologies (without using Oracle and IBM)

Thank you in advance,
Fernando
 
Bjoern Kimminich
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I think you try to take too many steps at a time. You seem to be uncertain which technologies and frameworks to use and at the same time you already worry about SOA. If you could give some information what your intent is, we may be able to give some advise regarding technology selection. If you want to get an insight into the Java way to do web services I recommend reading the JAX-WS Users Guide for starters.
 
Fernando Martinez
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Hi Bjoern, you are correct.

At work we are trying to implement SOA, there are some WS implemented using Oracle technologies. I'm not the lead in the project, however i'm very interested in the topic, i want to know the technologies available at every level of the stack needed for implementing an end-to-end service oriented architecture, how these technologies are connected and which technologies run on the top of the others.

Something like this image:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/skemsley/2628821646/

Thanks in advance,
Fernando

 
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