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Has anyone tried integrating latest JBoss with latest Tomcat? Seems JBoss group one major rev behind in thier distribution of JBoss/Tomcat combo.
Is it possible to get the latest JBoss only download and integrate Tomcat 5.0.x? I could not find the latest Jboss only download to try integrating with Tomcat 5.0.x.
Thanks for the help.
 
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That's because they have to put their hooks and claws into the tomcat code before releasing it. But they are only one or two minor revisions behind. The latest that I'm using is 5.0.19.
You may be able to find tomcat5 on your jboss right now - there's an ant script to run that will create the jbossweb-tomcat50.sar directory for you. I'm not sure if it is with every release. I am using a build of the CVS tree because there was a bug fix in it I needed. Try downloading jboss 3.2.4RC1
 
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Hi Andy,
Thanks for the reply.
Is it possible to use install axis on after you install the Tomcat/JBoss combo.
The main thing I am trying to do is separate out Jboss from Tomcat in case I need to install JBoss on a different server than Tomcat. I thought I could get away with the minimal configuration when starting JBoss but ran into a problem with deploy of ear files. Seems shutting down web services also means no support for EAR deployment.
Sigh, I will try dropping a jar file in the deploy directory and launch JBoss in minimal configuration.
Thanks Again,
-Tony
 
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