Thorbjørn,
I was never successful personally at getting it running. Not sure if
WebSphere Application Server V7 is an option, but I successfully got JSF 2.0
working with it without many troubles. The only issue I have is that it
doesn't inject resources into JSF managed beans. I'll need to write an
injector for that.

As an aside, how did you get Jetty running on an IBM i?

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James R. Perkins


2010/9/3 Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <thunderaxiom@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Back in January we discussed if Glassfish 3 could run on the AS/400, and
found that the standard distribution did not work well in PASE.



I am now in a situation close to a deadline where my OpenFaces JSF 2.0 web
application code works well under Glassfish 3.0.1 on my PC but gives some
obscure stack trace when wanting to do a very specific Ajax call when
running in an embedded Jetty 6 container on the AS/400.



I’d like to hear if anybody got around to get Glassfish up and running on
the AS/400 since? Embedded will be fine.



Anyone?



Thanks.



/Thorbjørn

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