On 8/18/00, regarding " Re: WebObjects ", Chris Hansen offered the following: > > On 8/18/00, regarding " Re: WebObjects ", Chris Hansen offered the >following: >> >>>I had WebObjects and OS X Server installed on my home server for a while. >>> >>>--Chris Hansen >> >> >> and what happened? >> >I didn't have a lot of time to play with them (I was evaluating the products >for my employer), but I was impressed with what I saw. At that point in >time, I didn't know much Java so the learning curve associated with >WebObjects was pretty steep. Also, Mac OS X Server was in its 1.0 >incarnation so there were some rough edges. I did like the technology >enough that I will definitely be spending more time with it in the future. >I'd be happy to answer any specific questions that you may have as best as I >can. HTH >>> > >> > Has anyone on the list played with OS X Server / WebObjects yet? I know absolutely nada about Java... should I fuggittaboutit? The reasons I am even considering OS X / WebObjects are as follows: First, because I am led to believe that it would be the optimal way for me to create a solution to a problem I am having with a lasso/fmp thing I am working on, wherein I wish to do a 'deep link', but only on parts of the originating source-code. Confused and interested, or suspect you may have an alternate solution? I can explain further if you wish. Second, I am in the late preliminary stages of decding whether or not to set up a standalone webserver... and it would seem to me that this would be a good direction to take to create some separation between myself and 'the rest of the pack'. Third, this is 'best of class' technology, and getting a handle on it can only mean GoodThings for my business, if it doesn't kill me first ;-) And finally, I am a Mac junkie, and this stuff is The New Mac, right?