On Fri, 18 Jul 2008 10:21:58 +0200, Denny Xu <dxu(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
> I assume you already know this but just to be clear:
> JBoss Tools cannot bind itself to only support our platforms, the community version
> to be available/supported too.
Do you mean we also need to support other servers such as tomcat with JBoss ESB runtime,
or mean to support other ESB runtime such as Mule?
No, I mean support the community versions of JBossESB and other parts in the non-public
available SOA-P platform.
>> The only versions you need to concern yourself with are the ones in
>> the SOA Platform: JBossESB 4.2.1GA and (eventually) JBossESB 4.4. The
>> current community release, JBossESB 4.3, will be close to 4.4 if you
>> want to see something now, before the end of July codefreeze.
>> On 1 Jul 2008, at 06:25, Denny Xu wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>> So far, JBossESB <http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/JBossESB>
>>> versions, are there any difference between the configuration files
>>> and package structure of these versions(JBossESB 4.x)? and will we
>>> support all of JBossESB <http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/JBossESB>
>>> and 5.x of future release or just support a specific JBossESB
>>> Soa-tools-list mailing list
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