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From Michael McGrady <michael.mcgr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [OT] Spring and Geronimo
Date Fri, 17 Jun 2005 15:31:18 GMT
Is Geronimo ready for prime time, like JBoss, or is that a while off? 
By the way, thanks for these helpful responses.  Very much
appreciated.  Also, does Geronimo like JBoss incorporate a web
container/server like Tomcat or does Geronimo do it all?

On 6/17/05, Sing Li <westmakaha@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Geronimo is a SERVER container with open doors to host
> 
> any services or development frameworks.
> 
> Spring is a DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK with an attitude ;)
> 
> You do not have to make a choice, they are not
> mutually exclusive. In fact, they are extremely
> complementary.
> 
> Today, you can already run your own Spring
> applications on Geronimo; leveraging the
> ActiveMQ JMS server implementation "inside"
> Geronimo, perhaps.
> 
> In the not too distant future, you may actually
> see (part of) Geronimo running on Spring.
> 
> Pick Spring!  Choose Geronimo!  :-D
> 
> - Sing
> 
> 
> --- Michael McGrady <michael.mcgrady@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > My understanding is that Geronimo is a
> > state-of-the-art somewhat
> > classic J2EE framework.  My understanding also is
> > that Spring is a
> > somewhat different approach, moving away from
> > Enterprise Java Beans.
> > If one is merely interested in JMS, is there any
> > reason to prefer a
> > framework like Geronimo to Spring, given that my
> > understanding is
> > correct?  If my understanding is not correct, would
> > you please
> > straighten me out?  Thanks.
> >
> > Michael McGrady
> >
> 
>

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