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From Jann VanOver <Jann.VanO...@loudeye.com>
Subject RE: Tomcat/Apache advantage without static pages?'tomcat-user@jak arta .apache.org'
Date Tue, 24 Jul 2001 19:43:30 GMT
I recently read that if you have three or more images on a web page -- you
will have faster response by serving them through Apache.

In my applications, I make sure to set up Apache to handle images,
stylesheets, and javascript includes (<script src="blah.js">) as well as
HTML pages

-----Original Message-----
From: helge.carstensen@ppi.de [mailto:helge.carstensen@ppi.de]
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2001 6:12 AM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Tomcat/Apache advantage without static
pages?'tomcat-user@jakarta .apache.org'


Hi everyone,

i have a question concerning the use of Tomcat in Combination with Apache.
I am currently developing a WebApplication that consists almost entirely of
dynamic (JSP-)pages. The amount of static HTML-pages is negligible.
Are there any advantages concerning the Server performance and/or stability
if I use Tomcat in combination with Apache or will it be fine if I use
Tomcat as a standalone Server?

Thanks,

Helge

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