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what's the need for two stacks.

Hi all,

Could anyone get me, what's the need for two stacks (ABAP and JAVA) in Netweaver or XI. Is it not possible to have all work done in a single stack? - Justify.

Am in a confusion.

Regards,

Dinesh

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 12:42 PM

    Hi,

    In my opinion it could have been possible to use only one stack.

    It's a developpment choice from SAP.

    One can say that the abap stack is very robust for data persistance and the java stack is maybe more suitable for XML, and that experimented programmers are easier to find.

    From my personal point of view, I hate double stack products : it's a pain to install, to administrate, to backup, to configure and to patch. It consumes a lot more physical resources.

    Single stack (either abap or java) seem ok to me.

    Just my 2 cents.

    Best Regards,

    Olivier

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