Thorbjoern Ravn Andersen wrote:
Geronimo uses either Tomcat or Jetty as the component which handles the
HTTP connector part - i.e. listens on a port for web requests and sends
the response back.

JEE is a lot more, including handling EJB's, providing stuff via JNDI etc.

WebSphere Community Edition is Geronimo rebranded.

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/community/

Currently, I just need a stable environment for exposing web services on
the i.

What do the web service framework you use, require?

(If you have not decided yet on a framework, I have had good experience
with the Metro stack which can run in any reasonably modern Java web
server)


Thanks. So far, I'm just using Tomcat to handle soap messages, invoke
jobs on the i, and return results as xml. I think Tomcat will suffice
for the immediate future, but there's so much hype, most of which means
little to me at my current embryonic stage of knowledge. It's hard to
know if I should pay attention or not. Will file Metro away for future
reference. Probably over-kill for now.


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