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What about JOnAS ?

 
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Hey all.
does any body use JOnAS ?
any feedbacks ?
is it good and stable ? does it provide good docs ?
coz I am really get tired of JBoss (no documentation)
[ September 21, 2004: Message edited by: John Todd ]
 
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Red Hat uses JOnAS as part of "their" appserver. Regarding the quality of documentation, I'd suggest you see for yourself whether you consider it better or worse than what's available for JBoss.
 
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Thanks.
given the following :
JOnAS4.1.2-Tomcat5.0.25.exe
JOnAS4.1.2.exe
what is the difference between these versions ?
(maybe JOnAS4.1.2 doesn't include a web container, right ?)
 
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Originally posted by John Todd:
Thanks.
given the following :
JOnAS4.1.2-Tomcat5.0.25.exe
JOnAS4.1.2.exe
what is the difference between these versions ?
(maybe JOnAS4.1.2 doesn't include a web container, right ?)

The docs say that the "JOnAS4.1.2.exe" is a "standalone" version while "JOnAS4.1.2-Tomcat..." and "JOnAS4.1.2-Jetty..." are packaged with a web container. Not having used JOnAS myself, I'm afraid I can't offer more than a gut feeling that the standalone JOnAS needs to be configured by pointing it to an existing installation of Tomcat or Jetty. But that's just my guess.
 
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