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From Shawn McMurdo <>
Subject Re: Open Enterprise Question (maybe a bit off topic)
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2000 01:46:19 GMT
Hi Bob,
You may wish to check out Enhydra at
Enhydra integrates Tomcat and works with Apache,
mySQL, and Linux/FreeBSD.
It's open source and soon to be a J2EE platform.
Their are lots of developers working on the types of
things you mentioned.

Robert Puffer wrote:

> Just Curious,
> Have any people on this list worked together on any projects utilizing
> (Tomcat, Apache, mySQL, Linux/FreeBSD and Ominorb2 or another 'open' ORB)?
> We are currently using Tomcat, Apache, mySql and Linux to run our online
> ordering, tracking and reporting system for parts and all seems to work well
> (all services are running on one box and we haven't had performance troubles
> yet (1 million row joins coming back in less than .01 seconds from mySql)).
> Are there any people out there that would like to band together to create
> 'Open' reusable objects and code that we could publish on the web to help
> facilitate an 'Open Enterprise Environment'.  Morphing into an online
> development community where we could work on different 'Open System'
> projects collaboratively.
> Hey why pay for oracle, weblogic and the like if they aren't much better
> performance or funcationality wise and I can get the same type of system for
> free (with 100's of developers backing the free system).
> Hope this isn't too off topic..  If there are other programmers out there
> interested in working together to create 'Open objects' and 'Open systems ..
> maybe could be a first project (like Wanna be a mil on
> the web).... Please drop me an email.
> -Bob Puffer
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Shawn McMurdo    
Lutris Technologies

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