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From "David Blevins" <>
Subject RE: Apple Web Objects
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 14:20:21 GMT
Hi Adrian,

Just wanted to add a note about WebObjects and EJBs.  Apple has been
using OpenEJB to support EJBs since WebObjects 5.1.  So, you can write
all the EJB 1.1 beans that you want and they will interoperate from
WebObjects' EOF and other parts of WebObjects.

If you look at the WebObjects' "Tech Spec" page, OpenEJB, OpenORB, and
Tyrex are listed, but they don't give URLs, so here they are:


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adrian Brown [] 
> Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 7:59 PM
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Subject: Apple Web Objects
> Noting the spirit of open comment and criticism on 
> Struts-alternative products in the J2EE community, I was 
> mildly surprised to search the archives of theserverside and 
> the Struts users list and find no reference to 'Apple Web Objects'.
> I was wondering if anyone had come across them in
> their travels. Their WYSIWYG approach is attractive,
> throwing away servlets and jsps does worry me but if
> it is still Java then it is still preferable to .Net,
> right? I may even be able to keep my EJBs ... 
> At US$1500 for a licence, is it worth looking into
> further?
> Home page:
> Flashy pic: 


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