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Mahima Singh
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Joined: May 16, 2007
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hi! there,

I am visiting Javaranch after a long long time. Infact forgot both my passowrd and username. :|
Moved to .NET apps and got a small problem with a old app in java.
Javaranch has a lot of new changes since I last visted .. all good...

Ok.. now with the problem.

our firm has a java console app which runs as a bat file with absolutely no swing or any other front end stuff.
The app is running fine but because of performance enhancement we are thinking of moving it to an app server.
Is JBoss a good choice ? or do we have something else in java specifically for Desktop app. Or is the move not necessary at all.

We are busy doing it but one of the lib we using for xml procesing is not working with jboss so I am just wondering if the lib behave diffrently for JBoss.

Any feedback would e appreciated.
Thanks a lot


Jaikiran Pai
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our firm has a java console app which runs as a bat file with absolutely no swing or any other front end stuff.
The app is running fine but because of performance enhancement we are thinking of moving it to an app server.
Is JBoss a good choice ?


JBoss is an application server and provides various services (Servlet/JSP engine, EJB, Transactions, etc...). Looking at your requirement, you don't require an application server for running a bat file. What kind of performance enhancement are you thinking of, that will require JBoss or any other application server? Maybe we can guide you to some other better solution.

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Jaikiran Pai
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Mahima Singh
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Thanks.

Its a jar file and we use bat file to monitor the cosole output, for examples any the sysout and syserr.
the jar talks to a central reservation system and handle the travel operations like issuing of variuos travel documents.
We were initially running only 2 instances of the jar on the server but now we have to run around 100 of the same depending on a kind of code on travel enviroment.

We are not experiencing any problem currently but the idea to put in the app server is for better resource management and performance.
Not sure if the JBoss is the right option then..

Thanks





 
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