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From "Nikola Milutinovic" <>
Subject Re: TC5 won't start on Xeon --SOLVED
Date Wed, 21 Jan 2004 16:51:34 GMT
> You're obviously entitled to your opinion, but you're wrong on this one
> ;)  Apps aren't necessarily going to get all their J2EE files from the
> container.

>From J2EE container, they will.

> Consider the case of a servlet/JSP webapp running on tomcat wishing to
> communicate to a remote JMS server.  The webapp must have the JMS APIs
> and a JMS client implementation.  These are not available by default in
> servlet containers like tomcat, though they are in full-fledged J2EE
> servers.

Precisely. Even in Tomcat's case, you shouldn't supply j2ee.jar, you should
supply jms.jar ONLY.

> You would then obtain the jms.jar and a client implementation for your
> server (OpenJMS rocks!), and put them in the WEB-INF/lib directory of
> your webapp.



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