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From pixel <>
Subject Re: IIS or Apache
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 18:25:44 GMT
One of the problems i've run into with open source servers on Windows is 
getting binaries for many of the common tools, servers and dlls required 
for Win32, such as connectors for Tomcat, OpenSSL for SSL on Apache, etc.

We don't have Visual Studio here, which i'm finding is quite important 
if you want to build tools, keep up with bug fixes, etc.

If you can complile the binaries yourself, your OK.. but i'm finding 
it's kind of hit and miss when you depend on others to compile the 
latest versions for you.

Hopefully this situation will improve when Apache 2.0 is finaly 
released. Personaly, I'm waiting for 2.0 before attempting to move from 
Netscape/iPlanet to Apache. I have, and always will avoid IIS....unless 
it is an absolute requrement a client.

~Scott wrote:

>	I have a JSP application (with java classes) to run on Windows 2000
>server. For JSP i am using tomcat container. Can anyone please let me know
>should I use Microsoft IIS web server or Apache web server for my
>application. Please tell me which is better IIS or Apache on the following
>1. Stability
>2. Speed
>3. Load
>4. Overall (considering any other parameters)
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