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From Kristján Bjarni Guðmundsson <kris...@hugvit.is>
Subject Re: Tomcat or JBoss?
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2002 14:09:07 GMT
I don't know much about JBoss but it was my understanding that it was
an Enterprise JavaBeans Application Server and used Tomcat or something 
other as Servlet container.

This is from the JBoss faq:

What support exists in JBoss for JSP/Servlets ?
The default download contains Jetty as an integrated web container. There 
is also a download in which Tomcat is integrated.
Other web containers can be integrated, and it is also possible to create 
a configuration where no web support is included.


JStanczak@vinu.edu wrote on 25.11.2002 13:52:28:

> I'm sure you get this question all the time, but this is not that type 
of
> question. I've been using Tomcat for a while, like a year, in a 
production
> environment. I think it's been doing fine so far. I've just got a new
> server to replace my current application server that's been running 
Tomcat.
> I was thinking maybe I should set this up with JBoss instead of Tomcat,
> because this will be production. The reason I'm thinking about doing 
this
> is one, because I'm at a stage where it would be easy to just install
> whatever I want and two, I've read a couple places that Tomcat is just a
> reference implementation. That it was not really designed to be in
> production. It doesn't have to be just JBoss either. I just know a 
little
> about it. Any suggestions would be great.
> 
> 
> Thank You,
> 
> Justin A. Stanczak
> Web Manager
> Shake Learning Resource Center
> Vincennes University
> (812)888-5813
> 
> 
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