John Doe wrote:
>Im busy conducting an analysis on some python web
>I have a few questions with regard to WebWare:
>1> How scalable is WebWare (& how)?
>2> With regard to "web application standards" how does it
> - HTTP protocol support -- to my knowledge it compies with the 1.1 standard, but someone else may have to correct me on this one. I've never had a http protocol compliance issue with it
> - server-side code execution -- All of webware is done on the server side so I'm not usere what youre asking,l if you can do it in python it can be done in webware
> - client-side code execution -- Waht ever client side code you have rendered into your webpages will be run by the client, assusmen their browser supports what ou need. Webware itslef does not have anything in it that makes client side coding either easier or harder
> - any database adapters provided by the framework -- Webware is written in python, so you have access to the full set of python tools including a full set of DB2 compliant database tools for just about any database you want to connect to. I commonly use Webware with MySQL and PostgreSQL as well as occationaly Oracle. There is also the metakit toolkit which abstracts database connectivity some. I don't use it so I really can't comment on it.
> - communication standards integration -- which standards are you referring to?
> - management tools and remote controls -- none are cuttenly implimented in Webware, it depends on the platform that you are running it on.
>3> How well does WebWare rate in the security department? -- The latest code base from the SVN is pretty secure, however that does not mean that you can't write insecure apps.
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