Originally posted by Hitry Mitry:
I was just checking the certManager while writing this response to your message and my results are in! And guess what! It is 91!
Apparently there IS a trend
Originally posted by Ronald Heukers:
I have an architectural question about the choice of technology.
Many times in our projects in our company we need to check some serverside constraints from our applications. The information we need to get here is in the data base. That is in our company an obligation from the business architects and we can not change it. Still we have three options to go the a business function,
1. use a call to a webservice,
2. make a synchronous call to a stored function in the database (by JDBC or some persistency software),
3. make an asynchronous call using JMS or Inteconnect
In practice we use now number 2 but when do you use which technology? When do you ideally use webservices, when a stored function, when something like JMS.
Thanks in advance,