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Other supported Java EE server(s) for Stardust ? [message #1695854] Tue, 19 May 2015 19:38 Go to next message
Gudrun Koko is currently offline Gudrun KokoFriend
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Hi Stardust team

May I inquire if Stardust will be supported on other open-source Java EE servers such
as GlassFish, TomEE and/or WildFly ( new JBoss) in future releases ?
Supported application servers according to release notes for Stardust 2.1.1 are:

IBM WebSphere 7, 8 ( or later)
Oracle WebLogic 10.3.3, 10.3.6, 12.1.2 (12c)
JBoss 7.1, EAP 6.2
Jakarta Tomcat 7 (as servlet container)


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Re: Other supported Java EE server(s) for Stardust ? [message #1695895 is a reply to message #1695854] Wed, 20 May 2015 07:46 Go to previous message
Robert Emsbach is currently offline Robert EmsbachFriend
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So far there was little to no demand for these platforms and hence we currently have no plans to add official support for these. However, Stardust is standard compliant so chances are good that you may be able to run it on additional platforms, especially a Spring deployment. In many cases only minor tweaks to the class loading configuration are required (because other platforms may include conflicting libraries or library versions). I would for instance expect TomEE to be compatible with Tomcat. Jetty has also been used with Stardust.

Commercial customers can request platform support.

Best regards

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