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I just got back from the Real World AJAX seminar in NYC on Monday. Pretty good event with lots of good stories. One issue that caught my attention was the issue of how the back-end returned the data to AJAX applications. Most of the speakers preferred data, except for David Hansson fr...
In the previous article (part 1 in WebSphere Journal vol: 3. iss: 4) we began to build an SCA project in WebSphere Process Server. Here in part 2 we pick up the discussion. To see the associated images, please view the article online at www.ibm.com/developerWorks/websphere.
You may be thinking, oh great, not another programming model. What about Web services? What happened to Enterprise JavaBeans? Well, Service Component Architecture (SCA) is not meant to replace or compete with any existing programming models. Instead, SCA gives you a model to define int...
In this article, WebSphere consultant Roland Barcia answers questions on developing J2EE and Web services applications on IBM Rational Application Developer V6 and deploying and testing those applications on WebSphere Application Server V6. Topics include using the various wizards, p...
Back in version 4 of IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS), IBM released the Enterprise Edition of WAS. In version 5, IBM continued to release the Enterprise Edition (later renamed IBM WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundations in v5.1) with even more functionality. In version ...
This chapter, 'Build and Deploy Procedures' is excerpted from the new book, IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration, authored by Roland Barcia, Bill Hines, Tom Alcott and Keys Botzum. © International Business Machines Corporation 2005.
My JSF article series and Meet the Experts appearance on IBM developerWorks received a lot of feedback. I would have to say, the most common question or feedback came along the lines of comparing Struts to JSF.