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Support for EJB in Tomcat 4.0.4  RSS feed

 
Jaydeep Deshmukh
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Hi,
I would like to know if Tomcat4.0.4 has support of EJB. I yes , kindly suggest some sites for deployment of EJBs on Tomcat. Thanks in advance
 
Rick Hightower
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It does not.
If you are looking for free EJB support, try www.jboss.org.
Also, Resin EE has a free developer lic. www.caucho.com.
 
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Also, this months newsletter has an introduction to J2EE, including a look at how to install and run the Sun J2EE reference implementation - which is capable of running EJBs.
Cheers
Simon
 
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The Sun's RI is good for learning, but is not recommended for production.
 
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Not only is it not recommended, but you also have to pay for a license, should you wish to use for production deployments.
Taken from the J2EE FAQ:
The J2EE SDK is free to you if you are using it for development only.

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JBoss is one popular way to use EJB's with Tomcat, another is JOnAS. (http://www.objectweb.org/jonas). JBoss got a head start on it, but JOnAS is 100% free - even the docs. Recent releases of both servers will launch Tomcat for you (or Jetty, if you prefer).
 
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