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From "Ajand Saadat" <ajand.saa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ragarding the advantages of Apache tomcat server
Date Tue, 24 Apr 2007 19:54:55 GMT
some advantages in tomcat:
1)It is an open source AS
2)it is a light weight AS (no EJB)
3)it is easily configured with apache and IIS
4)very stable on unix like systems
5)good documentation online
6)java sun complaint
7)doesn't require alot of memory at startup
some disadvantages os oracle AS
1) oracle implementation of JDK i think
2) very heavy on your resource specially at startup
3)oracle dependant

hope that helps
AJ



On 4/24/07, David Kerber <dckerber@verizon.net> wrote:
>
> I know next to nothing about Oracle app server, but price would be a big
> difference, since you don't have to pay for Tomcat.
>
>
> saravanan ragothman wrote:
>
> >   This is Saran doing good as an admin, and I have few questions about
> > the
> > Apache Tomcat Server after reading the documentation. In my workplace
> > we are
> > using the Tomcat server version 5.0.28 for the web applications(for
> > reports
> > and scorecards especially) but have plans to move to Oracle application
> > server 10g in future. but I still insist on tomcat server. Can you
> > tell me
> > some advantages(and disadvantages, if any) of tomcat server over the
> > oracle
> > application server 10g, so that we can re-analyse the situation(if
> > there are
> > more advantages that can be considerable than we stay with Tomcat
> > server).
> > Since Oracle application server 10g is advertised and marketed better
> > than
> > Apache Tomcat server, we cannot get into the other side,that is, not
> > getting
> > the exact detailed advantages of apache tomcat server.
> >
> > It will be great if you take concerns over the number of users using the
> > appplication and security of the user and application.
> >
> > Thanks a lot!
> > Saran
> >
>
>
>
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