On 6/11/12 11:26 AM, Sandeep Tikoo wrote:
> I agree with Joe, my experience has been the same. When I was researching 
> different REST frameworks to select one for my organization, I found RESTEASY 
> to be the best for JAX-RS because of the rich feature which it also extended 
> out to the client-side, and, like I said earlier, Apache Component library 
> was very attractive so as far as native HTTP protocol implementation went 
> (HTTP Connection Pools and Connection management, HTTP Cache with distributed 
> cache support).
> The most attractive thing about RestEasy is/was that it allowed seamless 
> integration with Apache Component (and Apache Commons) library - something I 
> found lacking in Jersey, Apache CXF.
>

THanks for the feedback, I'll keep AHC4 indefinitely as an option.  HC3 
support is going bye bye though in 3.0 though.

>
> BTW, Bill, when you get a chance, please let me know if you see any issues 
> with code I sent earlier. I would rather know now than find out the hard way 
> after the code goes live next month :). Appreciate your time.
>

At first glance looks pretty good.  I've added a JIRA for it and will 
incorporate it with AHC4 integration code.

https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-722

Bill

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Bill Burke
JBoss, a division of Red Hat
http://bill.burkecentral.com



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