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Are EJBs and J2EE and WebLogic servers discussing the same thing?An analogy: Having two forums devoted to Word Processors and Microsoft Word. One seems a subset (a large subset) of the other.
If it's really a good idea to keep them separate (and I'm not saying you should combine them), then what's a good guideline for deciding where to post?
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The WebLogic forum is for questions specific to WebLogic. So if you had a question about the difference between a remote and home interface, it would go in the EJB forum. If you had a question about how to configure WebLogic, it would go in the WebLogic forum.
 
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To add to that, there is more than one WebLogic Server: WebLogic Personalization Server, WebLogic Commerce Server as well as the plain old WebLogic Server.
I think your question is made the more relevant by the current book giveaway: some people are posting with the incentive of the books on offer, and they have to post in one of two forums to be eligible. And the WebLogic Servers forum is not among those two. So you'll find that all sort of posts are being made to that forum, regardless. I think normally a post would be directed to the category it fits best in (else the moderator redirects it).
[This message has been edited by George Brown (edited October 12, 2000).]
 
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