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From stanl...@gmail.com
Subject Re: minimal app server for embedded Struts1 or 2 solution
Date Mon, 23 Jun 2008 14:38:26 GMT
This sounds a little suspicious!  When you say " I cannot assume a Servlet
container to be installed on machines my app will run on" what do you mean?
I would hope you are planning to host this from a server someplace, right?
Not sure about your environment, but you could always use an ISP to host
your Struts application.  I use DailyRazor and have full control over the
server and none of the headaches of babysitting the machinery.

Scott

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 7:08 AM, <kindlerm@arcor.de> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am currently working on a little application which needs a user interface
> for administration. I think an embedded app server with a Struts based
> application might be a good choice. But one big obstacle is in the way, I
> fear: the size of such a solution.
> What do you think is the minimal solution giving the comfort of a Struts
> based approach and not dominating the workhorse app with tons of jars only
> needed for the small admin part?
> Jetty as an App server? Or Tomcat? Or some other, really small? Struts 1 or
> 2 (I would think Struts1 is the smaller solution)? Or shouldn't I attempt
> this approach and write a simple servlet? What do you do?
> I cannot assume a Servlet container to be installed on machines my app will
> run on. There might be multiple instances of my app running on the same
> machine. The UI should work over the network although a console based
> approach might be possible, too.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Martin
>
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Scott
stanlick@gmail.com

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