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Netbeans SOA - JCAPS

joirsd jrol

Joined: Oct 17, 2010
Posts: 1
Hi everyone,

I was a user of SOA resources in previous netbeans realeases and now i cant be up-to-date because ORACLE discontinued it after bought SUN javascript:emoticon(''); , i think its related with the whish of selling they own product. They told keep it for long time here : {
Oracle's strategy is to offer the industry's most powerful SOA products by combining the best features and areas of strength from Sun's SOA products into Oracle's respective SOA products. Customers benefit from increased R&D investment, rapid innovation, increased support for open standards, and a much larger ecosystem of partners and users. Oracle is committed to ensuring that the investments of Sun customers in Java Composite Application Platform Suite (JCAPS) and GlassFish ESB products are protected and migrations are not forced, while facilitating a smooth transition to the converged product line over time.

In summary, the combination of Oracle SOA and Sun means:

Oracle will continue to support and maintain Sun SOA products for a long time
Oracle will support collaboration between Sun JCAPS and Oracle SOA Suite through bridge technology
Customers will benefit from:
• Expanded R&D investments
• Global reach and support
• Portfolio of products with broader and deeper functionality

Someone can help me ? javascript:emoticon('');

I agree. Here's the link:
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