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Is it mandatory to use NWDI for java develpment

Hi,

Our client has decided to move to Production without using NWDI. What all problems we can face in future if they move to production without that. We know that we don't have transport management & versioning available but in real time what issues we can expect?

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Sumit

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2014 at 01:30 PM

    technically there is no problem,

    nwdi is for management, especially for mass development, if you only have one developer, just go with local development.

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