Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and .Net are competing technologies that both contribute to Web service creation. In this article, Jonathan Lurie and R. Jason Belanger describe a Web service and compare J2EE's major components with .Net's. With this ammunition, you can power your way through a conversation concerning how Web services will benefit your department's strategic direction. (2600 words)
In closing, we suggest you build a Web service with both .Net and J2EE. You will quickly know which platform works best for you. In selecting a vendor, many people concede to the following rule of thumb: if you are committed to a homogenous Microsoft platform now, then choose .Net, otherwise choose J2EE.
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