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rohitr (1) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Hello,
I went through chapter 11 which talks about 'Running and Embedding Tuscany'.

I am still not sure how Tuscany can be used within Websphere 7.0 container. Can Tuscany be embedded in Websphere 7.0 in such a way that it uses websphere's communication infrastructure (like websphere's EJB, JMS support)? Is it even a good idea to use Tuscany in this way or should we stick to using the IBM's implementation of SCA within the websphere environment?

thanks
Rohit
simon.laws (19) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Tuscany with Websphere 7.0 - Chapter 11
> Hello,
> I went through chapter 11 which talks about
> 'Running and Embedding Tuscany'.
>
> I am still not sure how Tuscany can be used within
> Websphere 7.0 container. Can Tuscany be embedded in
> Websphere 7.0 in such a way that it uses websphere's
> communication infrastructure (like websphere's EJB,
> JMS support)? Is it even a good idea to use Tuscany
> in this way or should we stick to using the IBM's
> implementation of SCA within the websphere
> environment?
>
> thanks
> Rohit

You can install a war that includes Tuscany into WebSphere but as you say you then don't get the benefit of direct integration with the WebSphere environment. For this you can look at the Feature Pack for SCA (http://www-01.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/was/featurepacks/sca/) which is based on Tuscany under the covers.

Regards

Simon