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B2B or EAI

 
Kumar Kartik
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Hi guys,
I have Six years of experience 4 years in java (not in EJB) I wanted to learn some software packages. I would like to know which one would be better for carrier (B2B or EAI). I also want to take some training (money is not a constraints).
I understand that barely training won�t give me excellent job, but I can work at home to enhance my skills.
Please advice.
Thanks
Kumar
 
Mark Herschberg
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Originally posted by Kumar Kartik:
I wanted to learn some software packages. I would like to know which one would be better for carrier (B2B or EAI).

Um...
B2B = Business to Business (as opposed to B2C, Business to Comsumer)
EAI = Enterprise Application Integration
They're both very generic terms. It's not like there is a specific API for one or the other. EJBs, for exmaple, are commonly found in both situations. Can you be more specific about what you're thinking about?
--Mark
 
Kumar Kartik
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Mark,
Thanks...
For the carrier perspective getting trained in TIBCO is better or getting trained in WEBMETHODS with Core Java XML experience as my background.
-kumar
 
Baba Batsha
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For lot of Indians working on H1 visa in the US and being layed-off daily..
For them B2B means terror, Back to Bangalore.
EAI: Experienced in America any job in India ?
Just for fun..take it easy
[ July 26, 2002: Message edited by: Baba Batsha ]
 
Mark Herschberg
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Originally posted by Kumar Kartik:
Mark,
Thanks...
For the carrier perspective getting trained in TIBCO is better or getting trained in WEBMETHODS with Core Java XML experience as my background.

I would probably say TIBCO is more useful then WEBMETHODS for carriers. In fact, Tibco is quite useful for financial services companies, too.
--Mark
 
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