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Subject: RE: [ebxml-dev] ebXML software requirements

Regis, list;
Actually, I have found the implementation to be quite easy so far. I received some advice to deploy on JBoss and I have done that. So far no glitches.
I am at the point where I am configuring the msh.properties.xml file.
My comments were not related to the installation/deployment or even cost of the software. My comments were regarding a production support scenario where an sme was trying to troubleshoot problems and not knowing anything about an application server.
Thanks to all for your insight and comments and thanks for not flaming me.
I think ebXML is off to a great start and I hope it will survive and evolve as the market realizes it's power.

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Regis Dubois [mailto:Regis.Dubois@valtech.fr] 
	Sent: Wed 11/27/2002 4:40 AM 
	To: Tony Slosar; ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org 
	Subject: RE: [ebxml-dev] ebXML software requirements

	see comments inline
	> -----Message d'origine-----
	> De : Tony Slosar [mailto:Tony.Slosar@supplysolution.com]
	> Envoyé : samedi 23 novembre 2002 04:55
	> À : ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org
	> Objet : [ebxml-dev] ebXML software requirements
	> I am starting with the Hermes open source implementation.
	A very good choice!
	> Here is my dilemma:
	> The installation guide says the following are required:
	> 1) Java 2 Development Kit
	Is that a big deal?
	> 2) Database (i.e MySQL)
	No big deal again
	> I don't have a problem with that, but it also requires:
	> 2) Application Server (i.e. Tomcat)
	Once again free and low-ressources consuming
	> 3) SMTP Server (i.e. ???)
	i.e: a mail server lol! I think lotta sme's have one no?
	> This sounds more complicated than EDI! Am I missing something here?
	Ouch! well if using java+mysql+tomcat is worse than an EDI solution, let's
	devellop and extend EDI!
	> I would assume this would all run on a Windows platform as
	> that is what a lot of the smaller guys have available. Tomcat
	> seems like a big monster!
	Really tomcat is free, small, and god damn easy to install and use.
	It is so easy that it is use for educationnal purpose in many universities.
	Honnestly I don't think that using the ebMSH Hermes requires huge and
	miscellaneous computing skills.
	Please feel free to contact me if you want more information on how to
	implement an ebXML app using Hermes.

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