Could you please tell me how I can migrate to J2EE? I have done a lot of Web development using Domino. Can you please give me some tips and tools on how I can widen my knowledge of Domino and J2EE integration and migration? Many thanks.
Here's a non-exhaustive list of vendors that offer tools for Domino to J2EE migration (no NSF store required, generally an RDBMS) or integration (NSF remains the data store).
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Domino to J2EE migration tools:
- FlowBuilder from Trilog Group (also provides data integration)
- Notes Analyzer and QuickBuilder from ToJava
Domino/J2EE integration tools:
- xd-one from IMG
- Lotus Collaboration Extension from Bowstreet
- And of course, Lotus Toolkit for WebSphere (Domino JSP taglib) and Domino Portlet Builder for WebSphere Portal from IBM
There are other tools that allow you to migrate/transform NSF data to another store/format. I only listed specialized tools where you have at least some preservation of Domino logic and UI. I could very well have missed some recent tools, so please feel free to bring them to everybody's attention.
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