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Pres Brawner
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Does anybody know if JRUN is an EJB container, or is it just a web-server?
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ruilin yang
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Enterprise version of JRun support EJB
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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JRun is very good for servlets. It is horrible for EJBs.
 
aanchal mathur
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Yes , You can download the evaluation copy of JRUN 3.1 from allaire.com .I have been using JRUn since quite a while and i find it very handy compared to the weblogic or Jboss application server.You can use it as a web server or also use an external web server like IIS,depends on you r requirement.
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Pres Brawner
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If JRUN stinks as an EJB Container, what's better. I can't afford WebLogic. I'm sorry if this is a question that has already been addressed.
What's free and downloadable?
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Marilyn de Queiroz
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That's one reason we used Orion at work.

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Jyotisree Dhar
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You can EJB on that but it is not good for EJB.
 
Anonymous
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I can't share in Marilyn deQueiroz's sweeping generalization about JRun. JRun has it's weak points and limitations, but I would not call it "horrible".
When cost is a serious factor, and you don't need limitless scalability, JRun is a very good choice. JRun 3.1 is J2EE Certified, and we have a couple medium traffic sites running JSPs and EJBs on JRun.
One of JRun's serious weak points is how it handles it JNDI (which greatly limits it's scalability).
BTW aanchal mathur --
You shouldn't be using JRun's internal web server in a production environment, you should connect to a web server like Apache, iPlanet or IIS. The webserver that comes with JRun is for development purposes only.
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Dave Soto
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Speaking of Orion app server, what is the performance like? It seems very inexpensive... Anybody have any personal experience with it?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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