Werner Keil <werner.keil@...> wrote on 09/11/2012 08:00:43 AM:
> +1Note, there's a difference between being able to provide web sockets
> Batch makes little sense for Web.
> While Web Socket may put license issues on certain vendors (at least
> smaller web server companies) the way it helps with async processes
> certainly makes it valuable for Web Profile, if you want to avoid
> fully fledged Enterprise alternatives like EJB or JMS for that.
and being required to provide web sockets. Is web sockets really
something that is required by most (80% case) app deployments?
There's nothing that prevents someone from adding it to a web
profile compliant server and yes that certainly helps avoid a
full EE server, but the web profile is not intended to be the new
lite EE platform. At least I didn't think so.
WebSphere Java EE Architect
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