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why JBoss?

Dick Davies
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I've been using Glassfish lately and loving it, but I've also got experience with Weblogic and Websfear (shudder).

What are the reasons you'd advise someone to spending time learning JBoss over these?

This isn't a 'my appserver can beat up your appserver' thread, I'm just curious
Jaikiran Pai
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Maybe this is a good read? It doesn't talk about the differences between JBossAS and other servers, but it does give you an insight of JBossAS.

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Mandar Khire
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What are the reasons you'd advise someone to spending time learning JBoss over these?

As my point of view, every thing which related to our project or application, it should be learned by me. So i always learning new things for giving better, cheaper, efficient performance by me!

I read about JBoss new version, & always newer version remove old problems related to performance! So i go with it.
But there is possibility to get new problems! :!: I know all vendor checks there product before launch, but then also some times...

This isn't a 'my appserver can beat up your appserver' thread, I'm just curious

Whats this 'my appserver' & 'your appserver'! I am always go with winner!


Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why.
Dick Davies
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:Maybe this is a good read? It doesn't talk about the differences between JBossAS and other servers, but it does give you an insight of JBossAS.


Thanks, that's enough to make me take a look

I last looked around JBoss3, when their business model seemed to be 'make the free documentation rubbish so people will pay for good docs',
which sort of put me off.
 
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