It seems like most commercial J2EE-providers provide the following (more or less well integrated) stack of products:
- Posted by: Rasmus Lund
- Posted on: April 08 2004 08:45 EDT
- Design time support for all the parts in an IDE
Is it possible to assemble a production ready platform like this using open source products only? How well do the products integrate? How much wiring of the products do I have to do myself? Has anyone released a fully integrated open source platform (where I don't have to do the wiring myself)?
Both http://www.OpenStandards.net and http://as.JoshuaBranch.com run on open source using JBoss, Apache HTTPD, Tomcat-JK (connects Apache with JBoss), and MySQL.
For content management, you could try Apache:
http://jakarta.apache.org/ Apache's Java projects
They have web application frameworks and content management solutions.
For workflow applications, I'd check out sourceforge:
Searching for "J2EE workflow" reveals some interesting projects.
http://as.JoshuaBranch.com application security today
You should try http://www.infoglue.org