it takes 30 minutes to install IIS, then
write a web service using VS 2005 and
have it working
it takes 3 days to install Apache, Tomcat,
work out how Ant works, configure all the
servers and write a web service using Java
and have it working
dilemma, CMS provides a native, mature,
high performance Java API. also exposes
that API via web services
dilemma, writing a .NET thick client to
replace part of the front end of said CMS.
limited to using web services, or .NET
Remoting or some other MS proprietary
technology to communicate with the CMS.
the web services API is low level leading
to a large number of calls being sent to
the SOAP server. performance takes a dive.
solution; write a web service layer which
wraps the native Java API provided by the
CMS and expose "system" level functionality
using a service oriented architecture.
reduce the number of calls to web services,
and use the local java libraries to talk
to the CMS
Yaasssss you bitches!!!
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Wednesday, July 12, 2006
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