My 1 cent: Webservices is the best way to go. Lot of standards and IDE support for developing these.
On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 4:47 PM, Julia <[address removed]> wrote:
I joined recently and attended the meeting in January. My background
is in Java server side development, but I'm moving toward .net
development for projects at work.
We've recently begun discussion about building a Service Oriented
Architecture for new projects in .net, especially for commonly used
features, e.g. user entitlements. Some people feel that we should be
using web services. I think we should explore other options (if there
are any) for SOA before we go down that road.
Can you suggest other .net options for SOA? Is Web Services the best
and easiest way to go?
Thanks for your feedback,
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