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Migrate application from Jboss 4 to OAS 10g

 
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Hi,

We are working on migrating our application from Jboss 4 to OAS 10g. But we dont have any steps or guidelines from Oracle regarding this migration. And I could not found any documents related to this migration.

If anyone has done this kind of migration, please provide the steps to approach this migration.

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Anybody who has worked on migrating applications from JBoss to OAS. Please reply!
 
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This is a very specific question. It's likely nobody has this experience.
 
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Thanks Jeanne. I think we will have to find all the steps.

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:This is a very specific question. It's likely nobody has this experience.

 
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