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    Janne Guest

    Oracle vs. BEA Weblogic


    Hello.

    I am going to create a prototype for a time scheduling system
    over the internet to an Oracle database. I am not sure though
    what system I should use. BEA:s Weblogic Application Server
    seems faster but there's no development tool and Oracle Application Server,
    I guess, is more compatible with the DB.
    Also, there's the JDeveloper 3.0 inlcuded which seems like a
    handy tool.

    Another question is what webinterface to use, JSP, Applets or
    what else there is?

    Anyone who has experience with this kind of stuff, plese help
    me decide...

    /Janne

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    JCC Guest

    Re: Oracle vs. BEA Weblogic


    Since you are developing with Java it's recommanded to stay as closed as possible
    of the J2EE specifications. So JSP and Servlet are a good choice.

    JDeveloper is very helpfull for building 100% Java applications, including
    user interface. JDeveloper doesn't help for JSPs.
    BEA's Weblogic is using WebGain tools (Visual Cafe, ...). Integration with
    the app server is becoming better and better.

    Check a quick profile of Oracle App Server/JDeveloper at:
    http://www.techmetrix.com/products/prod_review5.shtml

    JCC

    "Janne" <d97-jli@d.kth.se> wrote:
    >
    >Hello.
    >
    >I am going to create a prototype for a time scheduling system
    >over the internet to an Oracle database. I am not sure though
    >what system I should use. BEA:s Weblogic Application Server
    >seems faster but there's no development tool and Oracle Application Server,
    >I guess, is more compatible with the DB.
    >Also, there's the JDeveloper 3.0 inlcuded which seems like a
    >handy tool.
    >
    >Another question is what webinterface to use, JSP, Applets or
    >what else there is?
    >
    >Anyone who has experience with this kind of stuff, plese help
    >me decide...
    >
    >/Janne



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