Apache TomEE is a lightweight, yet powerful, JavaEE Application server with feature rich tooling.
Is the Java Enterprise Edition of Apache Tomcat (Tomcat + Java EE = TomEE) and currently is a JakartaEE (formerly JavaEE) and Microprofile compliant application server.
The application server is totally open source and created with the community efforts for the public good. Collaborative consensus and and peer review according to the Apache Foundation guidelines are used to guarantee the highest quality standards.
Official website: https://tomee.apache.org
To start using TomEE
You can use TomEE to deploy Jakarta EE, Microprofile and Java EE compliant applications.
To start developing TomEE
TomEE is open source and you can help in its creation.
Apache TomEE is built with Apache Maven >= 3.3.9 and Java 8. The Contribute to TomEE section from the official website for a complete Git, Github, Build, Test, and Continuous Integration details.
If you only like to compile all classes and package up TomEE without running tests then you can use the following build options
mvn -Pquick -Dsurefire.useFile=false -DdisableXmlReport=true -DuniqueVersion=false -ff -Dassemble -DskipTests -DfailIfNoTests=false clean install
This will run all the tests. We have thousands of tests and you should go out to grab a bite in the meantime.
mvn clean install
If you intend building in environments where multicast is not allowed then build with:
mvn clean install -DskipMulticastTests=true
Full build that execute arquillian test on all TomEE distributions:
mvn clean install -Pall-adapters
This will only build a module and the modules using it as a dependency.
To build just TomEE distribution execute:
mvn clean install -pl tomee/apache-tomee -am -Dmaven.test.skip=true
TomEE zip/tar.gz will be in tomee/apache-tomee/target
To build TomEE Embedded to be able to develop with its maven plugin execute:
mvn clean install -pl maven/tomee-embedded-maven-plugin -am -Dmaven.test.skip=true
The community section from the official website offers details on how you can join the mailing lists, file tickets, fix bugs and start to contribute to the project.
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