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From Jerome Benezech <jbenez...@ispalliance.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat Vs JServ
Date Thu, 07 Sep 2000 15:01:38 GMT
Thanks for that explanation.
I have been going thru this mailing list and other tomcat faqs and I see there
are many concerns regarding runnig Tomcat in a production environment.
Is there any other way to get an implementation of the Servlet 2.2 without having
tomcat serving the servlets contexts ?

Thanks again,
Jerome


Paul Bain wrote:

> At 10:28 AM 9/7/00 , you wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I am just starting to play with tomcat and Jservs and I am a bit
> >confused here.
> >I understand that Tomcat is another implementation of the Jserv module,
> >but where is the difference ?
> >If I am running a Web Server like Stronghold, is there any reason why I
> >would need Tomcat rather than ApacheJserv ?
>
>         Tomcat is meant to replace Apache JServ because it allows the usage of
> the servlet 2.2 API, whereas JServ doesn't allow the usage of any servlet API
> more recent than 2.0. Tomcat also has many other improvements, but that is the
> primary one. See java.apache.org for more information.
>
> Sincerely,
> Paul Bain
> www.I-ComIndustry.com
> (703) 479-ICOM (-4266), ext. 102
> (703) 479-0701 (fax)


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