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Other App Servers: e.g. Sun ONE Application Server 7 Platform Edition and JBoss

 
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In addition to use J2EE 1.3.1 RI, I am trying to use the Freely available Sun ONE Application Server 7 Platform Edition.
I have not really dug into the documentation, but there is a Server-specific deployment descriptor that needs to be present in order to work. I am assuming that's JBoss will have similar requirement.
Kathy, I know I am probably asking too much there, but I would like to see how other application servers work and also what are the work that's involved when you move a Enterprise App from RI to other servers. Would you be possible to provide working sun-ejb-jar.xml for the Sun ONE Application Server 7. In this case, at least we know what are the work needed to move RI generated EJB-JAR to a real production server.
Thanks in advance,
John
 
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You may want to try this page: Orielly
 
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Well, okay, there is JBoss, but there is no Sun ONE. I am talking a look at that right now.
Thanks,
John
 
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