Glassfish

GlassFish is the reference Java EE application server.

Jboss

JBoss Application Server (JBoss AS) is a free software/open-source Java EE-based, Cross-platform Application Server.



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"Other than that - jboss especially 5.x is an excellent application server;glassfish has better administration console and documentation support for java ee 6 in glassfish 3 and better documentation"

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Who is the best application server: JBoss or Glassfish?

"Even if jboss is the better product in my next project i will shift to glassfish because of the better documentation"

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Comparison of JBoss AS 7.x and Glassfish 3.x?

Others

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Based on your previous question you re using tomcat so jboss tools should do and jboss tools is actually more feature rich than the glassfish server plugin

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Eclipse not giving any help on CTRL + Space

Jboss has a larger community than glassfish

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Which server should I choose when developing web application with NetBeans?

I had a number of issues with more advanced configuration on jboss;glassfish has more super-high-end entrprise add-ons like ha-database that stores

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Real world comparisons of Glassfish and JBoss 5?

In my opinion glassfish is more user friendly than jboss so i decided use glassfish for my project

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GlassFish to Jboss migration

Afaik jboss is much more adopted in production deployments than glassfish but this doesn t necessarily mean it s better

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Who is the best application server: JBoss or Glassfish?

As for me jboss implementation is smaller than the whole glassfish so i m using

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Testing against Java EE 6 API

Glassfish comes with oracle s java ee and is the easiest to install;jboss is more widely used in commercial settings

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Recommendations for Test Linux/Web Server Environment using Java

But in my location jboss is more popular than glassfish so i have a idea

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GlassFish to Jboss migration

Well glassfish is more right than jboss and weblogic business-bean-classes should all have their own ejb-local-interface

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@Local interface with many realisation

Glassfish v3 vs jboss 7.0 in using in production environment i know more people use jboss the application server but glassfish has more features and stability over jboss

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Glassfish AppServer or JBoss AppServer which is better for Production Environment?

Glassfish however performs better than jboss and has a very slick gui-based admin console whereas jboss can only be administrated with a command line

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Which server should I choose when developing web application with NetBeans?

I think glassfish is a better j2ee app server to start with than jboss

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Which webserver to use, for Oracle apps

I would prefer jboss because of its wider customer base maturity etc;glassfish is harder to incorporate into an automated build deployment process but it might be nicer for some of its specific features if you need them

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Would you, at present date, use JBoss or Glassfish (or another) as Java EE server for a new project?

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