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Srinivas Kadiyala
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I am planning to use EJB server at my Home PC.The enterprose servers are too heavy and occupy a lot of space and is very diffcult to do with personal PC.


I started using Blazix EJB server which is 1.5MB only and facing lot of error problems.

Websphere and Weblogic are too heavy.I did not try Sunone serverused for complete J2EE.

Any expert my giveme some help
 
Kyle Brown
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Have you looked at JBoss?

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Srinivas Kadiyala
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Mr.KB

I just opened the site and u r mentioning about Jboss app server.

Right?

Tq
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by Srinivas:
Mr.KB

I just opened the site and u r mentioning about Jboss app server.

Right?

Tq

Yes, Kyle is talking about JBoss Application Server.

BTW, I would appreciate it if you update your display to conform to the previously mentioned naming policy.
 
Srinivas Kadiyala
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I hv updated as per the naming policy.Now name is Srinivas.Is should be OK.
when I click on the My Profile I do not see any field add the alst name

pl tell me where to add? as and admin u can add Kadiyala as the last name

Tq
 
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Originally posted by Srinivas:
I hv updated as per the naming policy.Now name is Srinivas.Is should be OK.
when I click on the My Profile I do not see any field add the alst name

pl tell me where to add? as and admin u can add Kadiyala as the last name

Tq

Thanks Srinivas. It looks good now. We are a bit picky about the naming thing here (trying to keep up the corporate image... right next to the Moose). Sorry for pestering you, but thanks for being a good sport about it.
 
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