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How To Configure the Maven-Jetty Plugin for OpenEJB

Many of you are developing with light-weight servlet containers such as Jetty or Tomcat. While these platforms lend themselves to rapid application development, they often force you to forgo some of the benefits of running in a larger application server. One of the most challenging tasks is finding a way to integrate a transaction manager into a simpler servlet-container without adding too much complexity to your configuration. In this post, Stephen Connolly demonstrates how configure the maven-jetty-plugin to start Jetty with OpenEJB.

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