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    J2EE and .Net: when to use

    My company has decided to use both J2EE and .NET. Our IT team is having trouble in finding the applicability range of both platforms. The simple question we have to answer is: "What parameters we will evaluate to make decision for choosing one of the platforms for developing a given system?" Does anyone have a hint? thanx in advance
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    J2EE and .Net

    Both of these platforms can roughly give you the same functionality. J2EE can work on multiple platforms, .NET will only work on Microsoft operating systems. .NET probably integrates better with Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdabra View Post
    My company has decided to use both J2EE and .NET. Our IT team is having trouble in finding the applicability range of both platforms. The simple question we have to answer is: "What parameters we will evaluate to make decision for choosing one of the platforms for developing a given system?" Does anyone have a hint? thanx in advance
    wow hmm if your IT organization doesn't know that, you need a new CIO.

    first and foremost, it has a lot to do with the existing skillset. whether its people who have previously implemented certain technologies previously or are willing to (ie there are people that have no desire in working with .NET and/or Java). from a systems side, you're going to want something that many people can work with. from a development side, you're going to want something that's both productive (shorter time to production) and maintainable (logging, alarming and debugging all integrated).

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