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EJBOSS, an enterprise java beans (EJB) compliant server for Linux

Feb 24, 1999, 08:31 (1 Talkback[s])

ejboss writes:

We announce the availability of EJBOSS, an enterprise java beans (EJB) compliant server for Linux. It is the first EJB server for linux going GPL.

You can find the source code and executables at www.ejboss.org ejboss stands for "enterprise java beans in OSS". It is a GPL'd EJB server that complies with SUN's EJB1.0 specification. It was developed for Linux (aka Linux based GNU system) but also runs on Solaris 2 .6. It is 100% pure java.

WHO CARES?: System and network administrator of IT shops. ISP's looking to host applications on linux. Developers of distributed applications. System integrators.

ADVANTAGES: Centralized and declarative management of beans and deployment. Puts System administrators in command. Powerful comprehensive GUI. Eases the "run-time" burden of development on programmers. Industry standard. GPL'd .

STATUS: This is version 0.04, an early access targeted at developers and sys-admins. Session beans stateful and stateless are stable. The "optional" support for entity beans will be coded next.

LICENSE: GPL and ALL (see www.ejboss.org for terms of ALL)

The ejboss organization.