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hi, may I know what is the different of sun one community and enterprise edition? I'm looking for gnu/open licience program to develop webservice . Is sun one community my correct choice? Is there other similar open/gnu tool by other producer around? tq
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In general, when Sun applies the tag "community edition" to something, it means it has no licensing fees to download and use.  And, generally, when they use the term "Enterprise Edition," Sun means that it has extra features to support large scale installations.  (For example, some of their Enterprise Edition development tools make it easier to develop bigger installations.  Enterprise Edition on a server means scalability in the form of multiprocessor support, clustering support, and failover.  You can expect to pay thousands of dollars for these added capabilities.)

Specifically for your question though...

"Sun ONE" is a family name for a HUGE group of products.  Can you be a little more specific as to which item/product you are thinking about?  :-)

Also, what kind of web services are you seeking to deploy?  SOAP compliant?  Or something else?  (Or are you just thinking about building a website with dynamic content?)

Depending on the details of what you are actually planning to do, one of the Sun ONE components may or may not be your best bet.  But I will need to know those details in order to tell you what alternatives you have and exactly which products to consider.
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Hi!

Was there anything else concerning this question that I can help you with?

Just wondering... it has been more than a month since the last response, and your question hasn't been closed yet.

best regards,
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