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Java EE 5 Compatibility for JBoss Application Server
December 11, 2008
by JBoss Team
With last week’s JBoss Application Server 5.0 release from the JBoss.org Community now out, the test results are in, they’ve been reviewed, and now it is officially confirmed: JBoss Application Server is Java EE 5 Certified.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Red Hat’s supported application server, already provided support for many of the popular Java EE 5 features in earlier v4.2 & v4.3 releases. With this community release now out, the team has shifted focus towards putting JBoss Application Server 5 through the ringer, integrating with other JBoss.org projects and testing it on more than 45 different operating systems, Java Virtual Machines and database configurations.
Enterprise support for JBoss Application Server 5 will be included in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform v5; stay tuned for more information on this enterprise release early next year.