* JSP support?
Yes, definitely a must, despite
XMLCs superiority in this space. Tracking the JSP, EJB and Servlets APIs
are very important to allow developers to migrate apps to enhydra, and to
choose from the JSP/Servlet component vendor space which is sure to crop up.
JSP support from the major IDE vendors means that many inhouse apps and WUI
will be constructed by novice developers.
For Enhydra to be the Apache of app
servers, it must support the superset of web development standards, not just
the best. It must support the "mainstream" vendors better than they