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Whistle Stop Tour

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-15 12:02:25.0Z
Ken Hudson Posted on 2000-03-15 03:34:07.0Z
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From: "Ken Hudson" <ken@khudson.com>
Subject: Whistle Stop Tour
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I just attended the whistle stop tour demo and am very excited about the
changes coming in EA Server to fully adapt J2EE. In particular, the additon
of JSP to EA Server.

It appears once this is in place, we will no longer need to use PowerDynamo
as a page server. The creation of JSP's within PowerJ and deploying to EA
Server will handle everything that we presently use Dynamo for. Is that a
correct assumption?

Also if this is correct, then wouldn't it be nice to add to PowerJ, many of
the HTML drag and drop features to create HTML pages that is presently in
Powersite.

Then as programmers we would only now have to deal with a couple of
integrated tools(PJ and EAS) to get the job done, as opposed to having to
use(and learn) 4/5 separate tools to get the job done.

It sure is nice to dream.....:)

Ken


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-15 12:02:25.0Z
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"Ken Hudson" <ken@khudson.com> wrote in message
news:#3HY#mlj$GA.111@forums.sybase.com...
> I just attended the whistle stop tour demo and am very excited about the
> changes coming in EA Server to fully adapt J2EE. In particular, the
additon
> of JSP to EA Server.

:)

>
> It appears once this is in place, we will no longer need to use
PowerDynamo
> as a page server. The creation of JSP's within PowerJ and deploying to EA
> Server will handle everything that we presently use Dynamo for. Is that a
> correct assumption?

JSP's deliver the same amount of functionality that PD does today. We are
looking into adding tag libraries to mimic the Dynamo value added tags like
SQL and COMPONENT, etc.

>
> Also if this is correct, then wouldn't it be nice to add to PowerJ, many
of
> the HTML drag and drop features to create HTML pages that is presently in
> Powersite.

We are investigating this for the next release after 3.6.

>
> Then as programmers we would only now have to deal with a couple of
> integrated tools(PJ and EAS) to get the job done, as opposed to having to
> use(and learn) 4/5 separate tools to get the job done.
>
> It sure is nice to dream.....:)

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division

>
> Ken
>
>