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Question about environment dependency

santoshkumar savadatti
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I have never developed a web app.
I have a doubt. I see there are many different type of Application servers to deploy Java apps.
What i want to know is, now say a Project's technology overview is this:
IBM Websphere
Oracle 10g

So, to create a web application that runs on Web Sphere server, is there more (and specific) learning required?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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You have to learn how to deploy to WebSphere. Other than that, no. Unless you plan to use IBM specific features, the war you create is the same.

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santoshkumar savadatti
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Thanks a lot Jeanne
I do not have to deploy it(at least not in the beginning stages). I just have to develop components that make up the App.
your answer is very helpful.
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