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Hi all,
I don't know the iPlanet Application Server, it has a good mechanism for Deploy EJB's?
It has a free version for Linux?
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<i> I don't know the iPlanet Application Server, it has a good mechanism for Deploy EJB's?
It has a free version for Linux? </i>

Am not sure if its a statement or a question.
I dont think iPlanet has linux compatible(should I say supported) version. Maybe David can let us know if S1AS7.0 will be. About the EJB deployment, well its not very different from other vendors. Its got its own deployment tool.
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There is no Linux version of 6.x. There will be a Linux version of S1AS 7.x very soon. (A few weeks.)
The licencing of the Linux version is the same as all of the other OS's. (Which does include a free version.)
Platform Edition is free. Which includes all of the J2EE functionality, for any purpose: dev, QA, production, whatever. Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition (adding more management features and clustering respectively) are not free. (Except that there will be a free evaluation/developer licence of standard edition.)
In answer to deployment, there are both command line and GUI tools for deployment in both 6.x and 7.x
 
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Thanks all by response.
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