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From "Michael Dowling" <mich...@e-acumen.com>
Subject RE: Commercial use of Tomcat
Date Wed, 27 Sep 2000 23:10:08 GMT
I think you can use it any way you want...  YOu just can't "resell" it...

thanks, mdd



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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Søgaard [mailto:cerw@cerw.dk]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 3:36 PM
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Commercial use of Tomcat
>
>
> Hello.
>
> As a system developer I'm working for a small company which works with
> design and development of homepages and hosting of webhotels.
> We are talking about offering our customers the use of JSP and servlets on
> our webservers. - But, can we use Tomcat as our JSP-server without a
> (commercial) license?
> I cannot find anything about this at the Tomcat homepage, so please inform
> me about this situation. Do we have to pay?
> It is only a few customers who will use this (less than 10 with maximum
> 30-40 request a day on average), so we do not make great demands on the
> performance and such. - That also means we do not want to use a fortune on
> this.
> If it possible, of course, we want to make the 10 customers
> happy, - then we
> become happy, and you also, because you get more customers ... :-)
>
> And by the way - is it true that we can implement it with our
> IIS5 (Windows
> 2000 Prof. and Server)?
>
>
> (Sorry my english)
>
> Regards
>   Brian Søgaard
>   System developer, Dansk Master Web
>
>
>


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