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Definition

A top level interface wrapping a real physical container

Explanation

A container is the base concept in Cargo. It represents an existing container runtime. A container is composed of a Configuration. There are 2 types of containers:

  • Local Container: This is a container which is installed on the local machine where Cargo executes. You point to that container by using a path to where it is installed. Local containers can be started and stopped among other things. A local container is always associated with a Local Configuration.
  • Remote Container: This is a container that is already running on some machine (local or remote). It is not under the control of Cargo and cannot be started/stopped by Cargo. The only thing Cargo can do with a remote container is deploy to it using a Remote Deployer. A remote container is always associated with a Runtime Configuration.

Container features

Container support

List of supported containers and the extensions that are implemented for each container (Java API, Ant tasks and Maven2/Maven3 plugin). The specified version is the version of the associated Cargo module where the feature was first made available (for example 0.2 for the Maven2 plugin means version 0.2 of the Cargo Maven 2 extension release). Click on a container's name to see a detailed list of features it supports.

Container

Java API (version)

Ant tasks (version)

Maven 2 plugin (version)

Geronimo 1.x

(tick)
0.8

(tick)
0.8

(tick)
0.8

Geronimo 2.x

(tick)
1.0.4

(tick)
1.0.4

(tick)
1.0.4

Geronimo 3.x(tick)
1.2.4
(tick)
1.2.4
(tick)
1.2.4

Glassfish 2.x

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

Glassfish 3.x

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

Glassfish 4.x(tick)
1.4.0
(tick)
1.4.0
(tick)
1.4.0

JBoss 3.x

(tick)
0.7

(tick)
0.7

(tick)
0.7

JBoss 4.x

(tick)
0.7

(tick)
0.7

(tick)
0.7

JBoss 4.2.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

JBoss 5.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

JBoss 5.1.x

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

JBoss 6.x

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

JBoss 6.1.x

(tick)
1.1.3

(tick)
1.1.3

(tick)
1.1.3

JBoss 7.x

(tick)
1.1.2

(tick)
1.1.2

(tick)
1.1.2

JBoss 7.1.x

(tick)
1.1.4

(tick)
1.1.4

(tick)
1.1.4

JBoss 7.2.x

(tick)
1.4.3
(tick)
1.4.3
(tick)
1.4.3
JBoss 7.3.x(tick)
1.4.6
(tick)
1.4.6
(tick)
1.4.6
JBoss 7.4.x(tick)
1.4.9
(tick)
1.4.9
(tick)
1.4.9

Jetty 4.x

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
0.2

Jetty 5.x

(tick)
0.8

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
0.2

Jetty 6.x

(tick)
0.8

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
0.2

Jetty 7.x

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

(tick)
1.0.1

Jetty 8.x

(tick)
1.1.3

(tick)
1.1.3

(tick)
1.1.3

Jetty 9.x

(tick)
1.3.0

(tick)
1.3.0

(tick)
1.3.0

jo! 1.x

(tick)
0.5

(tick)
0.5

(tick)
0.1

JOnAS 4.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

JOnAS 5.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

JRun 4.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

Oc4J 9.x

(tick)
0.3

(tick)
0.3

(tick)
0.3

Oc4j 10.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

Resin 2.x

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

Resin 3.x

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

Resin 3.1.x(tick)
1.2.0
(tick)
1.2.0
(tick)
1.2.0
Resin 4.x(tick)
1.4.0
(tick)
1.4.0
(tick)
1.4.0

Tomcat 4.x

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

Tomcat 5.x

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

(tick)
0.1

Tomcat 6.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

Tomcat 7.x

(tick)
1.0.2

(tick)
1.0.2

(tick)
1.0.2

Tomcat 8.x(tick)
1.4.4
(tick)
1.4.4
(tick)
1.4.4

WebLogic 8.x

(tick)
0.3

(tick)
0.3

(tick)
0.1

WebLogic 9.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

WebLogic 10.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

WebLogic 10.3.x

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

(tick)
1.0

WebLogic 12.x(tick)
1.2.4
(tick)
1.2.4
(tick)
1.2.4
WebLogic 12.1.x(tick)
1.4.6
(tick)
1.4.6
(tick)
1.4.6
WebSphere 8.5.x(tick)
1.3.0
(tick)
1.3.0
(tick)
1.3.0
WildFly 8.x(tick)
1.4.2
(tick)
1.4.2
(tick)
1.4.2


Some containers are tested dialy on the Codehaus Cargo Continous Integration System; for these the container's page also shows which version is tested.

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