10-27-2009 12:27 AM
What is the Jetty (HTTP Serve) used in that version ?
We are using the Systinet SOAP Server java version 6.5.3 and would like to check whether it works with latest Jetty version ?
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11-02-2009 06:19 AM
the last version of Systinet Server for Java (SSJ) developed within HP was 6.5.4 which included Jetty version 3.6. Anyway, this product isn't maintained by HP anymore and all activities were transfered to the open source company called WSO2. I have no other information about the development status, vision, etc.
11-02-2009 10:00 PM
"this product isn't maintained by HP anymore and all activities were transferred to the open source company called WSO2"
Does this mean Systinet Server for Java is open source now? Does it means no more license renewal for this product, so that OEM vendors no need to renew the license? Please let us know.
Is there any support contact so that we can call and find the more information?
11-05-2009 01:58 AM
regarding the support of SSJ:
If you have still valid existing support contract regarding the SSJ you
may enter an support case via
our HP Support Portal http://support.openview.hp.com/support.jsp and we
will serve you as our customer.
Otherwise WSO2 will offer support based on similar terms and conditions
to HP and will be further defined with you as you renew your support
contract with WSO2 (http://wso2.com/). I recommend to see complete
information about the product discontinuance at
11-06-2009 12:51 AM
| Does this mean Systinet Server for Java is
| open source now?
| Does it means no more license renewal for
| this product, so that OEM vendors no need to
| renew the license?"
I don't know the business model of WSO2 and I don't know whether SSJ is now distributed as open source or some of its parts as a part of their product. These question and license renew is up to WSO2 representatives.