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Hi,
I'd like to learn about some of the major servers on the market today: WebLogic, WebSphere, iPlanet and NES. Can anyone tell me where I can find it online?
Thanks,
--Alex
[This message has been edited by Alex Ayzin (edited June 27, 2001).]
 
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you can certainly find a shedload of documentation on WebLogic at The BEA documentation site and there is a white paper comparing WLS and Websphere somewhere - do a search on this forum and you'll find the reference to it. There are more WebSphere resources here, the chaps in the IBM Application Servers forum should be able to point out more of the same. I believe that iPlanet is an enterprise release of NES; you'll find the iPlanet documentation here.
HTH
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Thanks a lot, George.
--Alex
 
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