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Thanks for the reply Patrick, I think that you answered my question when you said:

Originally posted by Patrick Peak:
... I think it comes down to "I need to get stuff done now" vs. "I need a way to get stuff done eventually".

Mark,

Good point, I didn't really word my question correctly.

You are right, how the EJB 3.0 spec is implemented is up to each company that provides a J2EE App Server. So one implementation could be easier to use than another one.

I guess I should have titled this "App Server implementing EJB 3.0 spec vs. Hibernate", but the way I did it was easier to read.

From what I've read, EJB 3.0 is suppose to make object persistance much easier. My question is do you think more people will switch from Hibernate and other data persistance frameworks, back to the more traditional application servers with the release of EJB 3.0?

Also, can you give me a quick list of pros and cons for both Hibernate and EJB 3.0?

Thanks,

Patrick
[ August 23, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
If you use response.sendRedirect and this goes back to the client before being redirected, can the client choose to ignore this redirect?
I�ve been thinking about getting SCJP and SCJD certification, and my big question, is it worth it?

I�ve heard from Java developers and head hunters that having Java certification on your resume will not help you land a job.

What are your thoughts on this?

Thanks,

Patrick
What do you feel makes up an "expert Java programmer"?
17 years ago
Thanks for the great feedback guys, I look forward to reading your book.

Kind Regards,

Patrick
I had a look at the editorial review on Amazon, and I am very interested in hearing more about "How to manage managers, end-users and sponsors". Could you go into more detail on how your book covers this?

I have managed a software development team of 7 developers for 3 years and I have found that the biggest challenges isn't following a good development practice (XP, Rational Rose, <insert your favorite here>), it is managing the expectations of the business.

For example: You are the IT manager of a company, and the CEO says to you: �build me a widget (could be anything), and you have 4 weeks.�, and you follow your software development guidelines that means that the project will take 8 weeks. How do you manage the CEO in this case? What do you sacrifice, the deadline or your software development guidelines?

I think most managers and senior programmers will tell you that they have had a similar experience with this, and would love to have the skills to manage the managers.

Thanks,

Patrick
With the new version of Java, 1.5, and with EJB 3.0, and anything else I've missed, if you pass the exams in an older version, do you have to retake the new test? If not, is it worth it to take the new test?

Thanks,

Patrick
How much data can be returned from a call to an Apache AXIS SOAP service?

What is the optimal limit of data, i.e. at what amount of data do you start to take a performance hit?

Thanks,

Patrick
17 years ago
Hello,

This is a newbie question, so be gentle with me.

I am planning on hosting two websites, one just a plain HTML site and one a Java/J2EE site.

How do I configure Apache to pass all HTTP traffic for a specific hostname to JBoss?

Thanks,

Patrick
17 years ago