Re: choices regarding where to place code - in the database or middletier
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 12:20:14 +0300
[Quoted] "Daniel Morgan" <damorgan_at_x.washington.edu> wrote in message
> Joe Weinstein wrote:
> > Sure! *I* tend to council against complete DBMS independence. This is
> > for love or preference for a given DBMS product, but in acknowledgement
> > that a significant portion of the DBMSes capabilities are presented in a
> > proprietary way.
> What you are counselling is that people write some of the worst possible
> code and NOT take advantage of those features and capabilities that make
> a product worth the money.
> And just because at some point years later they MIGHT decide to change
> to another product where they can once again write mediocre code with
> minimal performance and scalability.
> On one hand you toot BEA's horn by saying the Oracle gets its best
> performance with BEA. Then you advise removing the beast's teeth and
> Sounds a bit schizophrenic to me. Buy my product because it makes Oracle
> blazingly fast ... but when you implement it ... don't take advantage of
> any of those features that make it blazingly fast.
Dear Daniel! Please, provide examples of what you name "blazinly fast"
middleware products, made by Oracle.
Is it OAS ? Surely not.
So, even I DO NOT use BEA, I must admitt that you denying criticism is groundless. Received on Mon Jan 26 2004 - 10:20:14 CET