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  • #16
    Spring integrates well with JBoss or any J2EE application server through the J2EE APIs. Many users use JBoss and Spring happily together. Spring's functionality does not conflict with that offered by the underlying platform, whether it's an application server or (in simpler cases) a web container such as Tomcat.

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    • #17
      Hi Rod,
      Thanks for your reply.

      Let me explain what we are planning to do.
      We are developing a J2EE application with following requirement.

      1. Workflow based .. so that developer can easily define its workflow in plain xml
      2.Schedular.. Lots background jobs are required on server.
      3.SEDA based architecture...
      4.ESB
      5.Distributed .. So that we can have services running on differnet machine
      6.Persistence

      Here I need suggetion should we go with EJB (or + ) Spring.

      Can I get any document on integration of Spring with JBOSS.

      thanks
      ani.......

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      • #18
        Since you need ESB, why not just go with an ESB?

        Mule, ServiceMix, etc. I'm not sure if JBoss has completed its ESB slant. (Yes, I'm aware of ESB being more or less then an actual 'product'). ServiceMix has a lot of support for Spring. Mule is already SEDA based.

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