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From Dain Sundstrom <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Next 2.0 Milestones - Assemblies and Certification - Do we need 8?
Date Sun, 11 Feb 2007 18:07:47 GMT
On Feb 11, 2007, at 9:06 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

> I would love to have a way where people can download the uber tar  
> ball which includes all the bits we have at the time and let the  
> user choose their server type and personality.  I believe that a  
> majority of our users are looking more for a server assembly that  
> is a Java EE 5 server with the bits they need to develop Java EE  
> applications (and or deploy them).   What seems manageable to me is  
> that we choose a finite set of Java EE 5 assemblies (no more than  
> two based on Jetty and Tomcat given our history, that are  
> certified.  Dain made a comment and I've heard similar things that  
> to be certified all modes of operation must be exercised and I  
> think that someone might reasonably apply it to all the pieces of  
> the uber server.
> Based on feedback I've gotten from users I know that I often hear  
> Tomcat and OpenJPA as a combo they are interested in.  As far as  
> the web services piece I haven't really heard a strong preference  
> one way or another.  however, since that's not my strong suit  
> that's not a good indication of anything.  Do others have feedback  
> in this area?
> For purposes of this discussion I'll throw out the following combos  
> for discussion:
> Tomcat, CXF and OpenJPA
> Jetty, Axis 2 and Cayenne

As a Jetty user, I'd like to see CXF and OpenJPA.  If tomcat users  
want Axis2 and Cayenne that is cool with me.


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