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Next year will see BEA Systems' first implementation of a slimmed down application server. Codenamed 'Essex', WebLogic Server version 10.3 will launch by March 2008 - BEA said at BEAWorld this week - and marks the debut of an architecture that lets developers remove modules they don't want prior to installation. BEA promises a …

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Anonymous Coward

Codenamed "Essex"

Why Essex exactly? Ready to be thrown off Sarfend pier?

Do you fink I'm bovvered by that?

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Anonymous Coward

JBoss "lightweight"

Since when can ANY application server be considered lightweight? More like bloated pig. Anything that takes 10+ seconds to start up is "lightweight" ? Huh

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and further

If it's codenamed Essex, then I'm guessing the platform it's based on will be "white heels" ?

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Anonymous Coward

why not "Essex"?

I guess the application server is suited for blade servers and in the Essex coat of arms you have three seaxes. Obvious really. :)

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Anonymous Coward

@ Codenamed "Essex"

"Why Essex exactly? Ready to be thrown off Sarfend pier?

Do you fink I'm bovvered by that?"

<sarcasm>

Oh. How original.

</sarcasm>

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Anonymous Coward

Essex

Laaahhndaaahhn

[Apologies to Monkey Dust]

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