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Hello,

at the recent SAP Skills in St. Leon Rot, a person from SAP said

that SAP has plans to replace the ex-In-Q-My app server with IBM

Websphere as the J2EE tool inside the WebAS. I have since been

trying to get some independent confimation for this, but unsucessfully.

Can anyone fill me in on this? If it were true, it would be a good thing,

in my view, because it actually opens up the possibility of being able

to deploy IBM middleware integration and business components directly

into Netweaver. It would also make sense looking at integrating the

development environment.

So, is this just a rumour? Too bad I don't have that any details of who

was at that breakout session at SAP skills.

Best,

Sebastian Millies

IDS Scheer AG

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  • Nov 24, 2003 at 11:44 AM

    Hello,

    whatever you heard about this, forget it.

    We call it SAP J2EE Engine and that is it. There are no plans to replace it by any other product whatsoever. This is official.

    Concerning the deployment of existing J2EE software, that usually isn't much complicated. Also, we're basically using the same develeopment environment then websphere, because it is eclipse based.

    And really too bad you don't have the name of somebody who spread this, because I gotta talk with that loony.... (OK, this was too rough 😉 I shouldn't have watched 'Thirteen Days' last night )

    Regards,

    Benny

    Who is doing Product Management for J2EE Engine

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