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Hello all , I just want to know the real diff between java(say J2EE)and .net on say following points OOPS Portability Interoperability Platform independence Security advantages disadvn's of both pl help me out Mangesh
Hi Mangesh To awnser this question, just remember that this .net Framework is a propriaty farmework from M$ (being a opensource fan ) this means that it will only run on one of the Windows OS's, but J2EE is avalible for windows / unix(linux) / and solaris. While on this subject go take a look at Jboss Home Page
Originally posted by Mangesh Kakade: Platform independence Mangesh [/QB]
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At a basic level the main difference is that J2EE is an architectural framework whereas .NET is a solution. A more acurate comparison would be to compare .NET to a J2EE server implementation (e.g. OracleAS, IBM WebSphere, etc) Both architectures support the same sorts of things. In general I think the consensus is that neither is necessarily "better", .NET has the better tools and integration because it is a proprietary solution, whereas J2EE is more flexible and in a sense more powerful in terms of development possibilities. IMHO, I think J2EE will close the gap on .NET in terms of tools and integration as open source developments like NetBeans/Forte and JBoss advance. Already the gap is closing, Forte 4.0 has some very good J2EE support already.
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