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Re: Regarding SME's and support

J. Dean E. P. Hemopo wrote:

> hi peter,
> i like microsoft, i was weaned on it.  as a matter of fact, when i was 
> last at university, which were the first in the public domain (post 
> DARPANET) to have access to email, we all typed in lowercase, and 
> higlighted with upper.  now with all those fancy "editors", everyone 
> uses "proper form".  but thats my story.  to tell you the truth i 
> would be lost without microsoft (though J2EE keeps calling me).  but 
> is it not ironic, microsoft is going web services (SOA, WS-?) and i 
> choose it to build ebXML.
> but hey, funnier things have happened, i sit there and watch people 
> run for BizTalk server on the mere mention of a "web service" and 
> think, why not build on windows 2003 server (my platform) your own 
> "web service" service?

mm1: Don't be surprised though. There were adapters (on the MS web site) 
that supported ebMS and don't be surprised if there are not solutions 
that run on Biztalk that support ebXML.

> dean hemopo
>     -----Original Message-----
>     *From:* Mayne, Peter [mailto:PeterMayne@ap.spherion.com]
>     *Sent:* Monday, 24 May 2004 6:10 p.m.
>     *To:* 'J. Dean E. P. Hemopo'; ebXML Dev Forum
>     *Subject:* RE: Regarding SME's and support
>     > From: J. Dean E. P. Hemopo
>     > also, i got most of the tools to build this thing at rock
>     > bottom prices, did
>     > not cost me more than US $2000.00.  the security engine is
>     > based on the
>     > utlisation of a library available for free download called
>     "cryptlib".
>     > awesome tool.  Visual Studio 2003.NET cost US $100.00, and
>     > the specs are
>     > free.
>     On the other hand, you could look at Hermes (which uses the Apache
>     XMLDSIG library) and ebxmlrr at http://www.freebxml.org/, use
>     Eclipse (for example) for development, and do it for no (software)
>     price at all.
>     PJDM
>     -- 
>     Peter Mayne
>     Technology Consultant
>     Spherion Technology Solutions
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