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Hi Richard,Deploying into JBoss (or any other J2EE container) gives you access to the whole raft of J2EE features: database connection pooling, container managed persistence, container managed transactions, servlet, JCA connectors, etc, etc. Having access to all of the available J2EE features maybe a good or bad thing, depending on your point of view.
(While the above might smack a little of "what have the Romans done for us?", it's not meant in any way to be J2EE advocacy, so hold-fast on the flamage ;-)
The other reason may be a organisational requirements; it's not uncommon for a particular J2EE container to be the mandated deployment environment for IT infrastructure projects. If you are not encumbered in this way, then lucky you.
If neither of the above is compelling, then obviously there's no advantage to using a J2EE container.
Your container stuff sounds interesting. Any chance of providing more information for the community?
rgds Conrad On 5 Jul 2006, at 09:07, Shaw, Richard A wrote:
Can somebody explain the benefit of deploying into Jboss.We have created our own container and configuration manager for Celtix.We have one configuration file (or db) which contains the configuration for each component and a list of components for the container to host. So to start the system we just start the container and it creates all the components and passes the enpoint of the config manager to them so that they can load their own config.It only took 2 days to write the initial version of it (with help from Ade on a training course).I like this because we have a small footprint for the ESB, and we all understand how it works, unlike Jboss (it always seems to cause class loading issues for me - 'cos I don't understand it well enough).Richard Shaw ¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤ Richard Shaw Technical Design Authority - Information Solutions Consultancy Intelligent Transport Systems Atkins Highways and Transportation Woodcote Grove, Ashley Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5BW Tel: +44 (0) 1372 756407 Fax: +44 (0) 1372 740055 Mob: 07740 817586 E-mail: richard.shaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx www.atkinsglobal.com/its -----Original Message----- From: Cronin, Margo [mailto:Margo.Cronin@xxxxxxxx] Sent: 04 July 2006 13:20 To: celtix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: RE: RE: [celtix] Intergrating Celtix ESB with JBoss or Tomcat Hi Pandu,How to integrate Celtix in Jboss?Right now our Jboss integration is only at a servlet transport level.However Jboss and Celtix could be integrated, feel free to create a story against this in the bugs database:http://forge.objectweb.org/tracker/?group_id=192&atid=350241Click "Submit New" and create your request against category "Any". You could also possibly become a contributor?I heard thruogh one your colleagues that they successfully integratedCELTIX ESB in Glassfish and Geronimo.Celtix supports native integration with Apache Geronimon J2EE Application server. In your GA kit you should have a Demo showing this functionality with Geronimo under:<celtix-install>/samples/j2ee/pojoI also got this working with Glassfish but if you use Glassfish please ensure that you Download (https://glassfish.dev.java.net/downloads/04May06.html) & Install Glassfish Application Server version 9.0 (Build 48 04-May-06) or later, since previous version use early JAXB implementation which will conflict with Celtix.Once our evaluation is over, we are foreseeing for partnership way.We can also provide you with Consulting from the Services Organisation should this help you during your evaluation or project phases.Kind regards, Margo Cronin. -----Original Message----- From: Cronin, Margo Sent: 04 July 2006 11:12 To: celtix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Cc: pandu_ranga@xxxxxxxxxx Subject: FW: RE: [celtix] Intergrating Celtix ESB with JBoss or Tomcat This was meant for the list: -----Original Message----- From: pandu_ranga@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pandu_ranga@xxxxxxxxxx] Sent: 04 July 2006 10:57 To: Cronin, Margo Subject: Re: RE: [celtix] Intergrating Celtix ESB with JBoss or Tomcat Dear All,Thanks for your great help in identifying the issues I have. Now I am able to run the celtix service on Tomcat.Even I consumed the services of celtix in ActiveBPEL. Now I request you please provide me the folllowing information. 1.How to integrate Celtix in Jboss? 2.How do I position CELTIX ESB with the customers? 3.How do benchmark with other vendors ESB's? 4.What businesss scenarios I can use CELTIX ESB?I heard thruogh one your colleagues that they successfully integrated CELTIX ESB in Glassfish and Geronimo. I request you please provide me guidelines in this regard. It helps me to develop componeents for CELTIX integration with JBoss.Also if you could share some customer implementations, that will be good.Once our evaluation is over, we are foreseeing for partnership way. Regards, Pandu DISCLAIMER:This email (including any attachments) is intended for the sole use of the intended recipient/s and may contain material that is CONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVATE COMPANY INFORMATION. Any review or reliance by others or copying or distribution or forwarding of any or all of the contents in this message is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by email and delete all copies; your cooperation in this regard is appreciated.This message has been scanned for viruses by MailControl - (see http://bluepages.wsatkins.co.uk/?4318150)This email and any attached files are confidential and copyright protected. If you are not the addressee, any dissemination of this communication is strictly prohibited. Unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing, nothing stated in this communication shall be legally binding.--You receive this message as a subscriber of the celtix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx mailing list.To unsubscribe: mailto:celtix-unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx For general help: mailto:sympa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=helpObjectWeb mailing lists service home page: http://www.objectweb.org/ wws
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