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From "Davidson, Glenn" <>
Subject RE: JBoss
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 18:20:21 GMT
Bottom Line: If you need to use EJB's and want an open source application
server the JBoss/Tomcat bundle works.

I am currently using the JBoss/Tomcat Bundle and am having success. As noted
below JBoss is only required if you are going use EJB's. If there are no
EJB'S you will not require JBoss. I have created many EJB's and have had
very little difficulty getting them to work on JBoss. Tomcat is... well it
is Tomcat and it works just fine. I have several books on JBoss but none
that I'd recommend. If anyone out there has a recommendation for a good
JBoss book I'd be interested. Please note that deploying the EJB's on JBoss
was a fairly easy operation. (At least it was in my case). I hope this helps
and good luck on your project!

Glenn Davidson

-----Original Message-----
From: Wiebe de Jong []
Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 10:54 AM
To: 'Struts Users Mailing List'
Subject: RE: JBoss

Tomcat and JBoss work well together. In simple terms, think of Tomcat as
your servlet container and JBoss as your EJB container.


Wiebe <> 



-----Original Message-----
From: Horky Adam G A1C 805 CSPTS/SCBE [] 
Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 7:19 AM
Subject: JBoss


I noticed some of the developers on this mailing list advocating the use of
JBoss. I am currently reading some docs on JBoss, but I don't have a clear
understanding of it yet. I currently use Tomcat as my app server. Does it
run over Tomcat? Can anyone recommend some good documentation on what
exactly JBoss is?




A1C Adam G Horky

Application Development Programmer, SCBE



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