Can one use the WISE conflict management for web applications?

and what about the incompatibility issues to certain browser like IE8 ?
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Why not? A web application is, after all, just an application and you could argue that conflict management of server-hosted applications is even more critical than that for desktop applications.what about the incompatibility issuesWhat about them? Are you expecting Wise to manage them? It won't! :-)
Answered 08/05/2011 by: VBScab
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Yes thats right web applications are after all applications. But they are differnet from other in a sense that they are not mostly installed. They are deployed on an enterprise server. So when many web applications are deployed on one server then how to check the conflicts or possible collisions?

Have you any idea?
Answered 08/05/2011 by: wasa
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Well, I'm not sure what sort of conflicts you're looking to identify and address with respect to web applications. Conflict Management basically deals with identifying overlapping files (either in the same directory or same-named across different directories) and overlapping registry entries. Since a web app has no registry, I assume you're talking about the files. Are you concerned with installing different web applications into the same directory structure? I would think Webmasters would have tools or processes to avoid this type of problem.

As for compatibility issues, I assume you mean browser compatibility (e.g. "will my web app work with IE8?") Wise does not do this. One tool that I've heard of that can help with IE8 compatibility is ChangeBASE AOK's Browse-It module, but there are probably less expensive alternatives.
Answered 08/05/2011 by: mazessj
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but there are probably less expensive alternatives


Can you name some plz ... thanks
Answered 08/05/2011 by: wasa
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Sorry, I can't.

Try searching the web for e.g. "testing web browser compatibility."
Answered 08/05/2011 by: mazessj
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they are differnet from other in a sense that they are not mostly installedEr...they're installed on the server, hence my comment about conflict management possibly being more critical.
Answered 08/06/2011 by: VBScab
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Hi
There is one more tool which is used for web based compatiblity issues and its AppDNA.
You need to check on the cost involve for getting this..


Sumi
Answered 08/06/2011 by: sumitsingh1984
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app dna is priced per app. If you were only using the app module chances are it would be relatively cheap.
Answered 08/07/2011 by: jmcfadyen
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any other tool ?

I mean AOK and Apptitude are expensive and one cannot purchase them directly. It works over partners.
Answered 08/10/2011 by: wasa
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Hello,
I work for ChangeBASE and I'd like to offer some more information on our Internet Explorer compatibility module, AOK Browse-It. You can find a full product overview here - AOK Browse-It - but in a nutshell it's an automated tool that will test your entire estate of websites, online portals and web-based applications for compatibility with Internet Explorer 8, giving you a clear red, amber and green report on potential incompatibilities that will affect functionality and presentation.

ChangeBASE has found that the automation provided by AOK software offers substantial savings for organisations when compared to manual testing, as applications can be tested in bulk and the information provided allows skilled resource to focus exactly where they are needed. This in turn accelerates the adoption of Internet Exporer 8.

AOKLite is a free, downloadable evaluation tool which allows users to test a sample of their own applications for compatibility with Windows 7, 64-bit, Windows Server 2008, Office 2010, App-V and Internet Explorer 8. Why not try this out to get a feel for how AOK works? You can access it here: AOKLite

I hope this helps, but I'd be happy to answer any further questions that you may have.

Regards,
Fiona Sturgeon
Answered 09/09/2011 by: FSturgeon
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