Craig McClanahan has started a blog... and his second post -after a quick introduction- is about the 'hot' subject of the usage of Struts or JSF. Quote: For new development, here's the best strategy for determining what to do: * Evaluate the two technologies individually, to see if they satisfy your requirements. * If one or the other technology is sufficient, go ahead and use it (it's easier to learn and use one technology rather than two where possible); keeping in mind, however, the caveats about Struts HTML tags mentioned above. * If your requirements include unique features supported only by Struts (such as Tiles or client side validation support), feel free to use the two frameworks together.
Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Monday, September 27, 2004
Sun has sent a letter to the Java Community to start a single POJO persistence model, this will be done under the EJB 3.0 specification (JSR-220). You can see comments from the community on TheServerSide Web site.
Tuesday, September 14, 2004
Oracle Application Server 10g Sets World Record SPECjAppServer 2002 Performance Result on Fujitsu PRIMEPOWER Servers
Oracle and Fujistu just announced new SpecJ2002 results, establishing a new record of 5,991.73 TOPS@MultipleNode (total operations per second) with a price-performance of 654.20 Euros/TOPS@MultipleNode. This was realized using Oracle Application Server 10g running on Fujitsu servers. The results are available on the Spec Web site, the Press Release here.
Tuesday, September 7, 2004
The Middleware company has created an initiative to test the different Object-Relational mapping tools, this test is named Torpedo. You can find the announcement of this O-R benchmark initiative on TSS Web site. Oracle Toplink just posted news results that you can read and comment here.