[ajug-members] msft for presentation tier
callapm at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 17:50:15 EDT 2004
you might want to consider Java Web Services for your domain logic
tier fronted by .NET web service consumers. This .NET frontend can be
an ASP.NET web application or use Web Forms in C#. This has worked
successfully at my current company. There are security and
scalability issues that have to be carefully examined however, so if
this is not an intranet enterprise app, then that might not be the
Apache Axis is a nice package for Java Web Services that you might
want to take a look at.
On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 16:26:11 -0400, David Wible <davewible at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello. If you can't tell from my last couple of email I'm not a 'struts'
> guy. But I've been put into the position and have made it through the
> challenges so far.
> At my last company and now this project Microsoft is winning the
> presentation war. I'm planning on working on some dot net presentation
> stuff and maybe learning more than that - c#. And this decision is coming
> from a Java architect. The business logic will still be implemented in
> Any thoughts on this. I personally don't mind. If someone has built a
> better mousetrap then I'm interested. We have a Microsoft 'evangelist' on
> board and he is completely lost. I had forgotten how much handholding Msft
> does for its developers - from configuration to building. It appears that
> way anyway.
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