My first SOA .NET project
SIGALRM writes | about 10 years ago
I've done some work in the past on various n-tier apps, mostly J2EE, and recently one interesting prototype using XML-RPC in a
OOA vs. SOA. It was with a little trepidation that we carefully examined and began to examine SOA (service-oriented architecture) in a
Back and forth. OK, now that we settled on SOA it was time to pick a technology. I accuse one of our developers--who is an ex-Microsoft employee--of being irrationally "wedded" to any Redmond idea. We seem to argue endlessly on J2EE vs.
Our platform decision. This article did alot to convince me that Microsoft has a very strong commitment to, and mature implementation of SOA. And Indigo and the entire
Writing some code. This is where it got fun. Microsoft has some amazingly seamless integration of server-to-client exposure of web service via an XML Web Service Proxy. I'm impressed. I won't bore you with the details, if you're interested in knowing more check out this MSDN article. Suffice to say, it's so easy my Grandma could code web services in
Conclusion. If you're considering J2EE right now, there may of course be compelling reasons to implement it in your application framework. But don't overlook
I'd be interested in your thoughts, of course.