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Apache TomEE combines the Apache Tomcat application server with Java EE technologies.
You can change the shell script specifying those params: java -Xms64m -Xmx512m where -Xms<size> specifies the initial Java heap size and -Xmx<size> the maximum Java heap size.more
In the Adminstration server, go to the Global Settings tab. Once there, navigate to the "Configure JRE/JDK Paths" screen using the menu. Click on the "JDK" radiobutton. Fill i...more
The WebSphere handbook from http://www.redbooks.ibm.com contains a chapter on deploying EJB's.more
A "portal server" is just an application server running a portal sofware or a portal application (Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server is an example). An application server is a system that provides...more
Here are some links: An official white paper about EJB performance: http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/ebeans/ejbperformance/ http://www.jdance.com/ejbperformance.shtm has s...more
Where can I learn (more) about using various XML (eXtensible Markup Language) technologies (such as DTDs, Schemas, SOAP, DOMs, etc.) with Java?
Check out the jGuru XML FAQ.
Check out the jGuru VAJ FAQ.
Where can I learn (more) about Java's support asynchronous and publish/subscribe messaging using JMS (Java Message Service)?
Check out the jGuru JMS FAQ.
Check out the jGuru JDBC FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Java400 FAQ.
Check out the jGuru EJB FAQ.
Check out the jGuru CORBA FAQ.
retrieving resources via class loader I first posted my question on the IO forum, but I now realize its more of a app server question.
retrieving resources via class loader I first posted my question on the IO forum, but I now realize its more of a app server question. I have an xml file deployed directly under my web-inf directo...more
In theory, you should not need any tools for that task. If you have developed a fully compliant J2EE application, you will be able to deploy it on any Application Server that follows Sun J2EE Spe...more