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JeanLouis Marechaux
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Joined: Nov 12, 2001
Posts: 906
Hi all,
I would like to take 5 minutes of your time in order to collect some information.
The goal is to have an idea of what is done with web services around the world. Is web services technology just a hype ?
Pleae don't be afread, there's nothing related to marketing here. It's just I'm curious about what others do
So if you want to have a break and answer these questions, be my guest.

1 Why are you working with web services right now
  • A - Personal interest
  • B - Futur projects Inception phase
  • C - Production-ready applications]
  • D - Others (explain)

  • 2 Which Web Services stack are you using ?
  • A - Axis
  • B - Sun JWSDP
  • C - Perl:Lite
  • D - Glue
  • E - Others


  • 3 Which business domain the solution you are developing will be applied to ?
  • A - Telecommunication
  • B - Bank/Insurance/Finance
  • C - Travel Industry
  • D - Studies/Education purpose
  • E - Others

  • 4 Kind of solution
  • A2A
  • B - B2B
  • C - B2C
  • D - Ohers

  • [ March 30, 2004: Message edited by: Jean-Louis Marechaux ]
    [ March 30, 2004: Message edited by: Jean-Louis Marechaux ]

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    Raj Chila
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    Joined: Mar 18, 2004
    Posts: 128

    Hi Here is the input that I can give, right now I am working on a Production EAI between five different Systems using Apache Axis and WebMethods Glue.
    1 Why are you working with web services right now
    integrating four - five different production Systems for Internet / DSL service Provider
    2 Which Web Services stack are you using ?
    A - Axis
    D - Glue
    3 Which business domain the solution you are developing will be applied to ?
    A - Telecommunication
    4 Kind of solution
    A2A, an Integration (cheapest and effective), between the existing Customer care system, the Customer Database Management a new Billing System and the other inherent Legacy systems.
    Balaji Loganathan
    author and deputy
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    Joined: Jul 13, 2001
    Posts: 3150
    1 Why are you working with web services right now
    C - Production-ready applications and Others
    2 Which Web Services stack are you using ?
    A - Axis and .NET
    3 Which business domain the solution you are developing will be applied to ?
    Trade and eBusiness
    4 Kind of solution
    B - B2B and - B2C


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    Vedhas Pitkar
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    Joined: Jan 27, 2001
    Posts: 445
    1 Why are you working with web services right now
    C - Production-ready applications]
    2 Which Web Services stack are you using ?
    Axis
    3 Which business domain the solution you are developing will be applied to ?
    Finance
    4 Kind of solution
    B2B + B2C
    Personally, I dont think that Web Services is a hype.It is here to stay.
    Valentin Crettaz
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    Joined: Aug 26, 2001
    Posts: 7610
    Folks, we have a new forum for the Web Services Certification. I'm moving this post over there so that it can benefit to people taking the exam
    Please continue the discussion there. Thank you


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    JeanLouis Marechaux
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    Joined: Nov 12, 2001
    Posts: 906
    Originally posted by Valentin Crettaz:
    Folks, we have a new forum for the Web Services Certification. I'm moving this post over there so that it can benefit to people taking the exam
    Please continue the discussion there. Thank you

    Well, this post has nothing to do with web service certifiation, but if Valentin thinks it is better here, I've got no problem with that.
    Valentin Crettaz
    Gold Digger
    Sheriff

    Joined: Aug 26, 2001
    Posts: 7610
    Sorry Jean-Louis, you're right.
    In my precipitation, I mistook your thread with another one from Evelyn Cartagena about the Blueprint survey whose aim was to narrow down the objectives for the new certification exam.
    Closing this thread and reopening the other one in the Web Services forum
     
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