If it's urgent I would think that the fastest way to find out is to go to the web sites of whichever vendors you have in mind, and look up their product descriptions and roadmaps. Which vendors, and which of their products, are you interested in?
By the way, a single question mark is generally considered sufficient after a question. [ December 06, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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Don waste your time commenting on how many question marks there shud be or shud'nt ..... okay !!!
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You may consider that a waste of time, but I'll be the judge of what is and is not a waste of my time. You were asking for help, so I pointed out where you needed to give more information, and how you might phrase the question in a way that made it more likely for people to want to answer it.
... a single question mark is generally considered sufficient after a question.
This applies to exclamation points as well. If you're not happy with the quality of the answers you're receiving here, you might consider reading this to see if there are ways to improve the quality of your question. [ December 07, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
Originally posted by rish obe: Don waste your time commenting on how many question marks there shud be or shud'nt ..... okay !!!
Also, be aware that the primary rule on this site is "Be nice". I find your response less than so. Please take care to be nicer to people who are trying to help you in the future, and ponder on the wisdom of antagonizing those you are turning to for help.
P.S. I trimmed the excess question marks off your subject as a favor.