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September 10, 2009

Larry Ellison to Sun Customers – “We’re in it to win it”

Filed under: general — arungupta @ 5:46 am

Here is an advertisement from today’s (Sep 10, 2001) Wall Street Journal (also here)

Also find out why Oracle + Sun is faster than IBM on Oct 14.

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    Pingback by Larry Ellison to Sun Customers – “We’re in it to win it” - Technology — September 10, 2009 @ 8:00 am

  2. Sir,

    I request to resolve my queries, As suggested I have sent the queries to users ID but there was no reply.
    please sir there is no other hope here in india as there are limited resources and I am not able to afford the costlier trainings in metros.

    –>I now know that how to develop the webservice its client. but when it comes to real deployment of the webservice on the host servers and the point at which we need to provide client with their files of webservice.

    1. what are the further procedures after an webservice is developed on the netbeans tool?

    2. what files need to be supplied to client who requested us to prepare an webservice for him?

    3. currently we are calling the webservice on the localhost, whenever we will deploy the service on the host server,accordingly what changes need to be made or what parameters need to be emphasised in the client files to access the webservice on host server and how (because there is much difference accessing the service at localhost and at remote servers?

    4. If my client is designed in PHP or any other technology, to send the request to the webservice at remote server what parameters and what procedure we need to follow to be able to map both the technology and also serve the purpose?

    5.which platforms to be used, Axis2,Xfire or metro etc ?

    Sir I know the questions are long enough, but you are the only ray of hope. as i am wandering around from days for these questions. surely your previous suggestion of that link helped but I need to know as mentioned in the 5 queries above.

    awaiting response.

    Comment by Dipakkumar — September 10, 2009 @ 10:00 pm

  3. Please follow up your question at .

    Comment by arungupta — September 11, 2009 @ 10:00 am

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