Flame bait? Catch this:
I have recently been reaching the disillusionment phase with Zope, so please
take it all with several grains of salt.
I happened upon an article in the ArsDigital Systems Journal that I thought
was a fairly neutral review of Enhydra.
The more thought-provoking part of the article was a reference to a fairly
disparaging view of application servers in general.
What got me to ArsDigita was AMK's Zope frustrations.
(BTW, some of these issuses are being addressed.)
Which also lead me to Chuck Esterbrook's musings
Chuck Esterbrook created webware as his answer to Zope's limitations and
Titus Brown advocates use AOLserver and Python (instead of TCL)
IBM developerworks has a couple of Enhydra articles (which I have not read yet)
In summary: Don't build what you don't need -- do the simplest thing that could
possibly work. Evaluate potential solutions in terms of business value to
YOUR customers, not in terms of market hype.
-- Terrel Shumway
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