Can you give the differences between the WebSphere and Weblogic Application servers? Functionally overall, these...
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two products are fairly close except for some minor differences in supported standards. While WebSphere tends to focus more on integration, connectivity, and web services - WebLogic has in the past focused more on emerging J2EE standards and ease-of-use. Because of WebSphere's rich implementations of J2EE it is a little more involved, but benefits with better performance (check out http://ecperf.theserverside.com for the latest WebSphere performance numbers), more extensive integration (with processes and applications), and transaction management.
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