[jboss-user] [JBossCache] - Re: JBossCache with Hibernate on Glassfish v2

eric.hubert do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Nov 19 19:26:56 EST 2007

"genman" wrote : I must admire your chutzpah coming on to the JBoss message boards asking how to port your EJB3 application to Glassfish.

genman, thanks for your quick reply. Although unfortunately it doesn't help me much. I could succesfully deploy the application to Glassfish using hibernate and ehcache. I only would like to replace ehcache with JBoss Cache on Glassfish. That's why I decided to ask in the JBoss Cache forum.

I also must admit I can't see any chutzpah on my side. I know the JBoss people as very open-minded and technical interessted. From my point of view Hibernate and JBoss Cache are application server independend projects and should be treated as such. Am I wrong? 
My aim is to get our JEE applications independent of the application server used - at least were it is technical feasible with a reasonalbe expenditure. Personally, I like JBoss AS very much and would like to use Glassfish v2 only during the development process as a reference implementation to doublecheck compliance to the spec. In some areas JBoss offers some non-standard temperings which decrease portability if one makes happily use of them. It could also be very practical to help isolating issues.

So again I see no problem asking the JBoss folks for their support and hope that they will have a similar view on this topic than I do.


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