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From "james" <ja...@unikala.com>
Subject RE: what low-cost J2EE app server do you use/recommend?
Date Thu, 22 Feb 2001 02:13:21 GMT
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i don't know about the cost, but i think a read recently that
SilverStream as passed the compliance tests.


james@unikala.com


- -----Original Message-----
From: Liu, Kenneth Albert (Kenneth)** CTR **
[mailto:kenliu@lucent.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2001 2:27 PM
To: ant-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: OT: what low-cost J2EE app server do you use/recommend?


Hi all -

This is off-topic from Ant, so please ignore.

My development team is looking to select a J2EE compliant app server
- -
however, due to our business model (looking for reseller/OEM
arrangement) we
feel the popular high end servers (WebLogic, WebSphere, iPlanet) will
be
cost-prohibitive for us.  So we are looking for something with a
lower cost
- - preferably <$10k/CPU.  Currently we are using JRun Enterprise but
we are
having problems with it, so we are shopping again.  So far we have
been
recommended ServletExec and and Inprise.  Anyone here have any
specific
recommendations?

I was thinking that the Ant community probably represents a pretty
good
slice of the Java development community so I would ask you all.  If
there
are other mailing lists where this question would be more relevant,
please
advise.

Please email me off-list, as this is off-topic.

Ken

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