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WSO2 AS leverages a concept called runtime environments to separately maintain different runtimes for loading the relevant classes for your web applications. The WSO2 web application management feature provides the capability to load classes from different locations to your applications.

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From AS 5.3.0 onwards, JavaEE6 Web Profile support is available as a feature, which allows you can to enable the "the Javaee" runtime  runtime environment in WSO2 AS. This enables JavaEE 6 Web Profile support, which means that , in addition to TomcatCarbon and CXF runtime environments. With the Javaee runtime environment, you can now deploy Javaee web applications (that uses Apache TomEE) in WSO2 AS. See the information that follows for detailed instructions on the different types of runtimes that can be enabled in AS.

WSO2 leverages a concept called runtime environments to separately maintain different runtimes for loading the relevant classes for your web applications. Most web applications that are deployed in production environments depend on external, third-party libraries for different functionality. The WSO2 web application management feature provides the capability to load classes from different locations to your applications. Through the WSO2 Application Server's runtime environment, you can control class loading per server or application. The following runtimes that are available with WSO2 AS are sufficient for most users, but you can also define your own runtimes. There are four default runtime environments available in AS 5.3.0, which are as follows:

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