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Apache Releases Geronimo 1.0

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The Apache Software Foundation's Geronimo project team has released the much-anticipated Geronimo 1.0 Java application server.

Geronimo has undergone two years of development effort, including testing on Linux, Windows, Mac OS and zLinux, as well as many hardware platforms.

In addition, Geronimo 1.0 has been J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) 1.4 certified and features support for JBI (Java Business Integration), Jetty or Tomcat Web containers, a Web-enabled management console based on Java portlets, integration with the Eclipse Web Tools Project and integration of Apache Derby and the Apache Directory Server.

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