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I read Mike's question like this: A company that supplys a product used in a major national bank for example is very different from a company that supplys a product used by a small town bank. They both might do very similar things, but the national bank has the need for different applications to be built on that platform. The national bank also handles many more transactions in a single day, so they need a product that is able to handle that as well. So the product used by the large bank is going to need to do more and enable more things than the product used by the small bank. To apply this to BEAS, they could release a version of Weblogic for small business or something similar so the small bank wouldn't need to buy a product that can handle one million transations in a day.

Erik@IHopeYouCanUnderstandMyRamblings.com
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