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Apache Geronimo

Apache Geronimo is an easy-to-use implementation of the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). As a full application server, Geronimo provides support for Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages through either Tomcat or Jetty, JMS through ActiveMQ, EJB through OpenEJB, Java Persistence API through OpenJPA, ESB through ServiceMix, and more. It is also combined with enterprise grade configuration and management. Geronimo 1.1.1 has passed the J2EE certification test suite and it is officially J2EE certified.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Dec 2009 10:20

    Release Notes: Annotation based gbeans were implemented. Improvements were made to plugin generation and custom server assemblies. Clustering support was added. ActiveMQ was upgraded to 5.3.0. Jetty was upgraded to 7. JASPIC support (jsr-196) was added. App-independent principal-role mapping was added.

    •  10 May 2008 22:00

      Release Notes: This release is primarily a maintenance upgrade that pulls together fixes not only for Geronimo but also other key components included in the server.

      •  14 Apr 2008 00:15

        Release Notes: Custom server assemblies. A flexible admin console. GShell clustering support. A monitoring console plugin.

        •  26 Aug 2007 14:11

          Release Notes: Apache Geronimo 2.0.1 is the first open source Application Server to provide two certified JAX-WS Web Services implementations: Apache Axis2 and Apache CXF and also two certified Web container implementations: Apache Tomcat and Jetty.

          •  02 May 2007 20:17

            Release Notes: Overall, this release is more stable, and includes additional and enhanced support for the features integrated in the previous milestone releases.


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