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From Aaron Mulder <ammul...@alumni.princeton.edu>
Subject Re: EJB3 plans ?
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:45:25 GMT
My sense is that we'll be looking at EJB3 for Geronimo 2.0, to be
delivered in the 6+ month time frame.  I think OpenEJB would be a
logical place to raise this issue -- I know David Blevins has a lot of
thoughts on what should go into OpenEJB 3.

Aaron

On 1/18/06, Bobby Abraham <bobby@subtleguru.com> wrote:
> I have been scanning the geronimo lists and haven't seen any discussion
> of moves toward ejb3 or jsr220 support.
>
> Has any of this development stated yet ?
> Should I be looking on openejb lists for this discussion ?
>
> I am interested to know if the plan is to extend openejb or to add
> another a persistence container like glassfish or hibernate3 for this
> support.
>
> I understand the licensing issue regarding hibernate (LGPL) but the
> glassfish license may be compatible with the apache licence, no ?
>
>
> --
> Bobby Abraham <bobby@subtleguru.com>
> Subtle Guru
>
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