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From Jan Marten Visser <jan.marten.vis...@virgil.nl>
Subject Re: Torque project references, stability, reliability
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 10:33:13 GMT
This is interesting. I am especially interested in the reason for not
going with EJB's.
I am doing a little project so I do not have any experiences with
performace issues.
I am still developing so I cannot comment on long time stability. Only I
can say is 
that it never failed me untill now.

I did not use EJB's for two reasons:
- I have no experience with it and did not have the time in this project
to really learn them
- I asked around a lot and came to the conclusion that it is quite a
heavy environment which
  has performance problems if not tuned by someone with considerable
experience. I could not find
  a reason to use EJB's in my small project.

Did anyone else consider EJB's and what were their reasons to use
Torque?





Humberto Hernandez Torres wrote:
> 
> We use Turbine/Torque in many projects since two years ago. We haven't had
> any scalability problems. But in some cases we have had to cache results to
> increase performance. Other issues that we had, were resolved in the list or
> looking at the source code. Most of the issues we had were plataform
> related. E.g. There were some problems with MS-SQL that have already been
> solved and the same thing happened with DB2.
> --
> 
>   Humberto
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: peter riegersperger [mailto:rick@subnet.at]
> > Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 11:31 AM
> > To: Turbine Torque Users List
> > Subject: Re: Torque project references, stability, reliability
> >
> >
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> > On Monday 31 March 2003 19:21, Steve Lukshides wrote:
> > > Interesting.  I asked the question below last week and
> > received only one
> > > reply.  Would anyone else care to comment or are we all in the
> > > investigatory phase?
> >
> > probably most users don't dare to comment in a way that seems
> > authorative
> > about a software package they did not test extensively. (at
> > least, that's my
> > motivation that keeps me from answering such questions)
> >
> > but for what it's worth, i run a small website with turbine,
> > which uses torque
> > as a persistence layer, and i never had any stability issues.
> > speed is good,
> > but the machine the site is running on is not very high-end,
> > and the load is
> > small.
> >
> > and the compulsory adivsory: your mileage may vary :)
> >
> > seriously, probably you set up a testcase and report back on
> > the list? i'd be
> > interested, but neither have the time nor the resources to
> > set up some tests.
> >
> > rick
> >
> >
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