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Paper Title:THE WEB SERVICES DEBATE-J2EE vs .NET

Three Critical Questions

Group 1:

Member Name:Fazlun

1)What exactly were the flaws for the TMC, why didn’t it turn out to be good?
2)What are the definitions and attributes that were used in the VeriTest by .NET?
3)On what basis were the Java pet store metrics calculated?

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Member Name:Bindu

1. In the example, it is stated that “Merrill Lynch reported that they bought a $800,000 project for $30,000 when they changed to a Web Service solution”. Were the other factors same when changing to a Web Service solution or there are some changes that were made?
2. Isn’t the development time shorter in case of .NET rather than J2EE?
3. The J2EE generally requires more expensive servers compared to .NET. Will this not affect the overall cost of the project?

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Member Name:Sunil Kakaraparthi

1. .NET requires less lines of code, less cost of deploying the web services and is a language independent language. J2EE is a platform independent language and includes portability concept. Is there any language that can be used for developing a project which is language and platform independent?
2. The author considers a study that is based on the lines of code in various tiers. But how can he compare the languages based on the lines of code itself as there are many factors to be considered like processing time, reliability, security, cost of implementation etc.,
3. .NET provides us with a standard architecture but J2EE doesn’t have a standard architecture. Are there are any developments going on to develop a standard architecture for J2EE which in turn provides the platform to develop new tools that improves the performance of the system?
4. The design module of .NET is easy and the tools used are user-friendly. Does Sun provide the components which are user-friendly and makes the design of the system simpler?

Group 6:

Member Name:BHARGAV SANDEEP RAMAYANAM

1.How can the author had judge the .NET and J2EE in terms of their approach towards the web services solutions by neglecting the other issues which can be important?
2.In the paper the author had mentioned that the web services provide the common infrastructure for communication for all the major application vendors. Is it safe to provide the same common infrastructure to all the vendors? How the security can be achieved by this?
3.The .NET is 10 times faster than the J2EE according to the VeriTest report. Then why the author had preferred J2EE than .NET even though .NET has several advantages? The advantages are such as it is faster, can be in any language and mostly design language.

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Group 10:

Member Name:Gayathri Devi Bojja

1. In any programming we need to first consider the security aspect . Web service is not well developed as per security. Is it good practice to implement web services without improving the security?
2. The author discusses various advantages and disadvantages of .Net and J2EE . Why not focus and try to merge the advantages of both approaches?
3. The author says more focus should be on developing web services by using proper strategy depending on the application rather than arguing which is better. But by which factors does the developer decide which one will best suits for the application?

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