I have developed small mock app in WL. im using developer edition. Setting up my local machine as public ip i can access my app. i have doubt if i make my local machine as server with public then its almost equal to enterprise applicaiton with out using enterprise edition if i dont need any third party server.
Can u list out drawbacks of Developer edition. And reason for going to Enterprise edition
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Pinned topic Still not clear with Enterprise edition and Developer edition
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Re: Still not clear with Enterprise edition and Developer edition2012-11-09T17:17:05Z in response to SystemAdminPraveen,
Yes, there are a number of reasons why you would want to move to the Consumer or Enterprise edition after evaluating the Developer Edition.
1) The Developer Edition is not for production use. Please read the terms and conditions of the license. You would need to purchase the Consumer or Enterprise edition to deploy apps into production (public or private app store).
2) The Developer Edition is a subset of the studio component included with the Consumer and Enterprise editions. It does not contain security authenticity.
3) Developer Edition utilizes the jetty server in eclipse, which only runs when eclipse is running. For a production environment you would want a standalone server that is reliable, secure, and not tied to a development IDE.
Barbara Hampson, Manager, IBM Worklight