J2EE - what, if anything, does it mean to Bugzilla??

Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase] bruce.armstrong at teamsybase.com
Thu Dec 4 06:21:21 UTC 2003

It's not a matter of whether it reads XML or not.  If
they're going to maintain it, customize it, etc.,
they're going to want it in the language they're
already fluent in (i.e., Java).  It also means they
would be able to deploy it into their existing
infrastructure (their J2EE/JSP servers).

IMHO, those would be stronger selling points that some
ability to integrate the tool in through XML.  I don't
think most folks are going to be integrating a bug
tracking system into other systems except perhaps
their version control system.  For that matter,
though, I don't know of any version control systems
written in Java either....

--- "J. Paul Reed" <preed at sigkill.com> wrote:
> On 03 Dec 2003 at 21:55:15, Bruce Armstrong arranged
> the bits on my disk to say:
> > They'd want it written in Java, preferrable using
> > servlets or something similar (i.e., Scarab).
> J2EE doesn't read XML?
> Later,
> Paul
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