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    Oracle and Websphere Editions

    Hi list,

    We have to implement OneWorld XE, HTML Solution for about 100 users and we
    have to choose between some options:

    * what Oracle edition we have to use (Standard or Enterprise)?
    * what Websphere edition we have to use (Standard or Advanced)?

    any idea or experience in this topic?

    thanks in advance
    Amine






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    Re: Oracle and Websphere Editions

    I don't know too much about Oracle. But for WebSphere it should be 3.5 Advanced Edition. In that way you can use DB2 as your administrative server repository.


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    Re: Oracle and Websphere Editions

    Oracle Std Edition is sufficient.

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    Re: Oracle and Websphere Editions

    If you use Websphere standard be sure you backup
    InstantDB at some point after the install. I have
    heard some horror stories about InstantDB crashing and
    not being able to be resotred.



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    Re: Oracle and Websphere Editions



    According to JDE, the Minimum Technical Requirement doc's are wrong, you can use
    Oracle 8.1.7 with WebSphere Advanced server, which you can download from IBM's
    web site for a 60 day trail period.
    If you already have Oracle on your enterprise server, you can make it the
    administrative server repository, and not have to worry about hiring a DB2
    administrator.

    XE SP13 Win2k Oracle 8.1.7

    Steve Lehner
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    Global Information Systems
    Westcon.Net
    email: slehner@westcon.com
    phone: 914 829 7457




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    I don't know too much about Oracle. But for WebSphere it should be 3.5 Advanced
    Edition. In that way you can use DB2 as your administrative server repository.


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    RE: Oracle and Websphere Editions

    Why not Standard Edition?

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    RE: Oracle and Websphere Editions



    IBM doesn't seem to think that WebSphere Standard Edition is much of an
    application server.
    They say that Std is fine if you are a developer writing java web sites, but
    they recommend using Advanced if there is going to be any application processing
    being done on the server.
    Small problem though, Std costs $1000, Advanced costs $9000


    Steve Lehner
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    Westcon.Net
    email: slehner@westcon.com
    phone: 914 829 7457

    XE SP13 Win2k Oracle 8.1.7





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    Why not Standard Edition?

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