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Automation Tool is needed for converting from weblogic server to jboss server

 
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Hi,

I want to convert my project from weblogic server to jboss server. I want to know the estimation for this migration work also. Please let me know if any automaion tool is available for this kind of work. Please share the tool if you are using for the same purpose.

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Lakshminarasimha Reddy
Java Developer, Delivery Innovation(IRL)
Patni Computer Systems Ltd. Tel: 91-80-4190-2100
Ext: 1527 LL: 9-617-1022 Mobile: +918722100095

 
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Sounds more like a JBoss AS question than an IDE question, moving...

By the way, there is no tool that I know of. There is the following web page, but I think that the effort stalled and didn't go anywhere:
http://www.jboss.org/mass/MAT.html
 
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I am quickly reading through Joss In Action, and I see something on page 30 that might encourage you to move forward in your efforts:


. . .This new microcontainer architecture has serval benefits over the old JMX kernel architecture. First, it's much lighter because it doesn't have to support JMX, allowing you to build even smaller minimal configurations. SECOND, services built on top of the microcontainer can be deployer standalone, within another application server such as BEA's WebLogic Server (Thinking the reverse is also true), or even within a web server such as Tomcat.



So, I am thinking that you can harvest the servlets, JSP, and deployment descriptor and migrate fairly easily, but again, I am new to the field.
 
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