Updates on Interoperability

Sam Pullara sam at SAMPULLARA.COM
Mon Apr 28 08:25:04 PDT 2008

Yes, but do they want that from you, in your application server, or do  
they need to build independent applications that are themselves  


On Apr 28, 2008, at 1:33 AM, Andy Piper wrote:

> At 01:05 26/04/2008, Sam Pullara wrote:
>> I guess that is what I am arguing for.  I don't see the critical  
>> need,
>> outside the internals of application servers and a very few plugin
>> based tools, for runtime modularity support.
> FWIW that's not the message I get when talking to customers. There is
> a lot of interest in runtime modularity and OSGi in particular. Now
> whether that's what they actually need is a different question :)
> andy
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