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Martin
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1. JBoss under OS/2 ??
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Had anyone tried JBoss under OS/2.

JBoss is a Web Application Server made in Java. Something like Websphere application server.

Did anybody as a OS/2 server arround and tried this one ?

http://www.jboss.org/

Martin

Date: 14 Dec, 2002 on 01:28
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I had it running. The command was:
SET JBOSS_CLASSPATH=run.jar;../lib/crimson.jar
REM SET JBOSS_DIST=D:\OS2PROG\JAVA\JBoss\jboss
java -Djavax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilderFactory=org.apache.crimson.jaxp.DocumentBuilderFactoryImpl -Djavax.xml.parsers.SAXParserFactory=org.apache.crimson.jaxp.SAXParserFactoryImpl -classpath "%JBOSS_CLASSPATH%" org.jboss.Main %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9

It came with Tomcat... Was proofof concept only, so it run. I did run the examples....
Version was: (maybe) 2.0 but could be later...

Robert

Date: 14 Dec, 2002 on 15:07
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JBoss 2.4.4 and the 3.0 line run fine under OS/2 and eCS.

JBoss & OS/2 combinations are in productive use and I have personally set them up several times.

TomCat as a standalone Servlet engine runs as well. both the 3.2x line and 4.x (tested 4.1.10 as the last one.)

regards,
Carsten

Date: 14 Dec, 2002 on 15:46
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It is good to know by people with experience that JBoss works fine under OS/2. I was getting curious about this topic. It will be great if someone will write an article someday about it under OS/2.

Does anybody founds any limitation on it running under OS/2, or all your experience was complete OK ?

Martin

Date: 14 Dec, 2002 on 16:43
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Interesting topic and I would really like to read something about JBoss as well, if any of you could ref to a site where JBoss is used and to what features.

The 3.x series are fully based on J2EE, and in one easy to install and easy to use package you will find all of the J2EE stacks and more. From a full fledged HTTP 1.1 web server up to the latest Java Connector Architecture (JCA), one of the most groundbreaking microkernel approaches to appserver technology based on Java Management eXtensions (JMX) and an advanced Container Managed Persistence (CMP2.0) framework, JBoss has all the features you dream of in an application server. We support clustering and exotic designs for your application. It is an infinitely flexible framework for you to learn and use and embed and contribute to. It is FREE, developed by a community of around 100 developers and distributed under the LGPL.

But we don't stop there, we go beyond J2EE. Starting from our Java Management eXtensions (JMX) we build a microkernel based server. One where you can develop your modules and services independently, one where you don't need to reboot to test your service developments. We enable the easy creation and configuration of client and server side interceptors so that you can easily understand and work with the super-server theory. The super-server is the basis for all our containers. The super-server is a tight microkernel base with advanced deployers and the infinite capability of adapting to your needs through the coding of simple java classes and their configuration. Discover how easy it is to work with JBoss, how easy it is to extend JBoss, how easy it is to strip and add services, your own services. How easy it is to build an EJB container with JBoss and how you can assemble your own in a few easy steps. Yes system development used to be the reserved area of an elite, today we bring the super-server theory to the masses.

We package the complexity of CORBA in the ease of use of .NET. Yes the best of both worlds. Affordable java, in your heads and in your pockets. Use our super-server theory and apply the most advanced CORBA dreams in the most practical way, in the easiest configuration and installation.

Date: 05 Jan, 2003 on 17:27
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