On Wednesday 28 November 2001 12:12, Gavin Henrick wrote:
> We were asked about a possible consulting job which may come up in the
> next 2/3 weeks, and wanted to know if there are any Websphere/Java/Ejb
> gurus among us? a "lot" of experience would be needed, as extensive
> benchtesting would be required.
Personally, I probably don't qualify as a websphere guru, but I have
non-negligible experience. I worked with websphere application server (v3)
and visual age about a year ago for the ESB's website and intranet, including
making it talk to an IBM mainframe running IMS TOC (relatively easy, given
IBM's connector java classes for such things). Lots of fun. These days,
of course, IBM seem to have renamed everything they make "websphere" :-)
At the same time, my real EJB experience is a tad poor - no professional
experience of full-on ejb n-tier malarkey.
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