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Webservices: using .NET vs. Java/EJB

 
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A friend recently forwarded an article from a Microsoft-centric magazine that said that a recent survey showed the majority of those surveyed were considering using only .NET to provide WebServices vs. both .NET and Java/EJB or just Java/EJB. I don't have that email handy right now but I can post it later tonight.
I just wanted to know if anyone knows of other sources of information that would support or refute this claim.
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i recently studied an article that provided a detailed comparison of both the J2EE platform and .NET. in that article the authors who were also industry recognized software consultants after providing an extensive comparison of the two technologies drived the conclusion that J2EE is certainly a better option for web services
so im not supporting ur claim
thats my 2 cents
 
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The article referred to by BILAL is probably this:
http://www.theserverside.com/resources/article.jsp?l=J2EE-vs-DOTNET
On the same site, there was also very good comments from developers on how to choose b/w j2ee and .NET:-
http://www.theserverside.com/discussion/thread.jsp?thread_id=4838
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[This message has been edited by Pho Tek (edited November 08, 2001).]
 
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Originally posted by BILAL HAMEED:
i recently studied an article that provided a detailed comparison of both the J2EE platform and .NET. in that article the authors who were also industry recognized software consultants after providing an extensive comparison of the two technologies drived the conclusion that J2EE is certainly a better option for web services
so im not supporting ur claim
thats my 2 cents


which article?? links?
 
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Hey, you don't need .NET for webservices.
Also, in near future all the J2EE servers will be bundled with webservices enabled.
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JSR's are going on for JAXM and JWSDL. so we can expect inclusion of these into J(?)EE platforms
Sridhar

Originally posted by faisal mahmood:
Hey, you don't need .NET for webservices.
Also, in near future all the J2EE servers will be bundled with webservices enabled.
Faisal


 
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Here's the quote from the article as cited in Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine:


Survey Says�Developers Favor .NET over EJB
by Matt Migliore
10/30/2001 � The results of a recent survey by ComponentSource, an established marketplace for reusable software components, show Microsoft Corp. is beating Sun Microsystems in the early stages of a battle for mindshare in the Web services community.
ComponentSource surveyed a representative sample of its 500,000 developer members to find out the adoption rates for both Microsoft .NET and Sun�s Enterprise Java Bean model. According to its findings, 79 percent of its user base is evaluating, or plans to evaluate .NET only, compared to just 14 percent for EJB only. Only seven percent said they have plans for both platforms.


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[This message has been edited by JUNILU LACAR (edited November 09, 2001).]
 
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I wonder if the people who wrote this article knows much about the differences. J2EE and .NET both will have Webservices in future.
J2EE and .NET will compete - this is okay, but not .NET WebServices with J2EE EJB!!
Also, webservices and EJBs are not the same thing.
Faisal

Originally posted by JUNILU LACAR:
Here's the quote from the article as cited in Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine:

Junilu

[This message has been edited by JUNILU LACAR (edited November 09, 2001).]


 
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