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From "Andy Cutright" <Andy.Cutri...@borland.com>
Subject RE: Pros and cons of juddi
Date Wed, 25 Aug 2004 15:29:56 GMT
hi harvey, 
borland ships jUDDI with its Borland Enterprise Server. jUDDI is an
excellent UDDI implementation for a number of reasons: 
0. jUDDI has a responsive developer community. 
1. jUDDI is  a solid implementation of the UDDI 2.x specification
2. jUDDI uses a standard JDBC to abstract the database layer. this makes
it possible for the end user to use existing database infrastructure and
knowledge and investment. if you have oracle, you can use oracle. if you
want to use JDataStore or MySQL, you can do that as well. Sun's UDDI
implementation uses Xindice i believe, which has a proprietary interface
making it difficult for you and your customers. 
3. jUDDI is free, redistributable and can be embedded in commerial
products. the 2.0 Apache License offers you a great deal of flexibility.

4. jUDDI is an official part of the Apache Software Foundation. the ASF
is a venerable, well-established member of the opensource community. 

From: Harvey Jiang [mailto:harveyj@objectconsulting.com.au] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 9:39 PM
To: 'juddi-dev@ws.apache.org '
Subject: Pros and cons of juddi

	Hi all, 

	I am not sure this is right place to ask the following
questions.  Apologise if not.  

	My client asked me evaluate the existing products for uddi.  I
would like to recommend my client to use juddi. Can someone point me
where I can find pros and cons of juddi against the other products?

	Regards, Harvey 

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