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Deploying Jersey on WebSphere Community Edition Server (WAS CE)

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I have tested the deploying of REST web services developed using jersey on Jetty server successfully as described on Jersey documentation.

Now I want to develop the REST web services for my app, but we are using WebSphere Community edition (WAS CE) 2.1.1.6 server. I am not able to find any documents related to configure the Jersey for this server. The Jersey document having configuration for GlassFish server. Please some one please guide me on how to configure the Jersey on WAS CE server.
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Question by:Gangadhara Melukote
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JSR311 is supported by websphere.
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Have a look at the steps described here. Although they refer to commercial Websphere you should be able to do it for the community edition as well.
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by:Gangadhara Melukote
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Thanks Girionis for your reply. This is useful link. But in this demo they have used the Jersey 1.x version. With the latest version of Jersey 2.x, the 'ServletContainer' class has been moved to the package org.glassfish.jersey.servlet.ServletContainer. So I got confused like this class built to use only for GlassFish server.
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