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From "Sakala, Adinarayana" <>
Subject RE: Integrating Geronimo and Celtix
Date Wed, 01 Feb 2006 16:33:17 GMT
Great idea conrad.
Since Celtix is an ESB, integrating it into a JEE container would provide support for all
of the ESB capabilities for all of J2EE based endpoints and not just webservices capabilities.
This can even provide support for multi transport and multi binding capabilities to J2EE endpoints
including JMS, CORBA etc.

One question, does your integration is going to leverage some of the capabilities of JSR 181
for JEE based endpoints along with JAX-WS 2.0 etc.

My feeling would be to get started with the integration based on current runtime making JSE
1.5 as requirement for enabling Celtix.

Adi Sakala 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: O'Dea, Conrad 
> Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 10:32 AM
> To:
> Subject: Integrating Geronimo and Celtix
> Hi there,
> I am a member of the Celtix [1] development team and am currently  
> looking at integrating Celtix into different J2EE containers.  The  
> idea is that Celtix would provide a web service stack for  
> applications deployed in Geronimo.
> I've started looking at the Geronimo code-base and the  
> WebServiceContainer piece in particular.  I'm just really in the  
> process of familiarising myself with the code and have two initial  
> questions (I'm sure more will follow!)
> 1. Are there any design docs for the WebService container and how  
> interacts with the deployer and the other containers?  Anything to  
> help get more familiar with this part of Geronimo would be good.  I  
> had a look at Geronimo web site but nothing relevant leapt out  at me.
> 2. What is the plan for JEE 5 support in Geronimo?  More  
> specifically, Celtix depends on a bunch of specs (JAX WS 2.0, JAXB  
> 2.0 etc.) that will form part of JEE 5 and are highly dependant on  
> JSE 5 (principally for annotations).  Presumably this will be  
> Geronimo 2.0.
> That said, from reading some of the dev list on the subject it seems  
> that JEE 5 work may be a little way off.   In that case it should be  
> possible to work within the current runtime but just requiring that  
> JSE 5 be used.
> Any tips on getting started at this would be welcomed
> thanks
> Conrad
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