Just a clarification:

I am running a Rails app using the Glassfish 3 gem. My attempt to deploy Glassfish on i directly (well, in PASE) resulted in a stacktrace that Sun is (supposedly) checking into. Probably need to rattle their cage to find out what the deal is.

I am not familiar with using 'handlers' to run server jobs but I do know that Tomcat runs fine on 7.1. IBM has been phasing out support for *their* version of Tomcat for quite some time, haven't they, just like they did with Apache?

Pete


James Perkins wrote:
I couldn't get V3 it to run. I got some jargon that printed out when
attempting to start it. I think Pete Helgren got Glassfish V2 running
with Ruby on Rails.

As long as you go with WebSphere 7, it's actually not that bad. They
seemed to stick to the standards a little better with that version. I
haven't used it much except for testing. I'm unfortunately stuck at
WebSphere 6.1 which I'm battling now.

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On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 06:57, Glenn Holmer <gholmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 2010-02-26 at 09:50 -0500, Alex Pinsky wrote:
We've got a whisper from IBM that starting from V6R1 Tomcat will not be
supported on iSeries (there will be no 'handlers' to run a server jobs)

Should we all get ready to migrate to Websphere? :-(
I don't suppose GlassFish runs on an iSeries...?

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