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 Applying Digital Hub Concepts to the Enterprise

"First you need a hub. This is the component that stores data and has flexible ways of sharing it. Usually it will be a server of some sort that contains a database, web server, and an application server. There are many options, but my company, Bee Documents, has had good success using Apple xServes running OpenBase as a database, Apache Web Server, and WebObjects as the application web server. We chose WebObjects because it integrates well with databases, is based on Java, and the price was right. WebObjects also has good support for web services, which is great for creating spokes."
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 (Submitted by Noel Sun May 9, 2004 )

  


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