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Best free EJB Container or AppServer

 
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Hello,
I can use only a free EJB Container. Which is best JBoss, OpenEJB, JOnAs or ... ??.
Also, which is good for JSP, Servlets, Tomcat ?
Thank you,
Srikanth
 
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I'd say JBoss.
I also like jetty.
 
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Hi guys,
Maybe not too many people know about it (perhaps except for those who have read Mr. Monson-Haefel's books or the folks there at SourceForge), but Richard Monson-Haefel's brainchild, OpenEJB, is an industrial-strength open-source EJB container. In fact, OpenEJB is being used in Apple Computer's J2EE app server, WebObjects.
Here's a thread about OpenEJB at the TheServerSide.com.
Also visit the official site of OpenEJB, http://openejb.exolab.org.
Ex Animo Java!
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Hi All,
Thank you for your replies.
Srikanth
 
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