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SIEBEL-CRM vs J2EE

 
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I feel following are pros and cons of crm-seibel
1.As Good value as java (BETTER than JAVA -- I think) (As SOMEWHAT ISOLATED FIELD )
2. GOOD STABILTY compared to java
Can anyone put his/her view on pros and cons of a career in J2EE vs one in Seibel-CRM?and a switch from J2EE to Seibel and Seibel to J2EE?
 
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That's like comparing SAS to Pascal. They are apples and organes. J2EE is a language used for general server-side applications. Seibel is designed for particular CRM applications.
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Disadvantage of J2EE is everyone has access to it.
 
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Hey guys , cau please put u r views on switching between Seibel-CRM to java or Java to Seibel
 
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We don't use Siebel but another CRM tool and I frequently switch between Java(JSP/servlets/swing)and that tool.
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