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From "Andre Prasetya" <andre.prase...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What is Tomcat 6 status?
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2007 02:25:56 GMT
I m using tomcat 6 at my production and 5.5 at my development, the backward
compatibility is nice I put tomcat 6 coz I planned on using the newest
servlet spec. so far no problem on default setting. its working nice at jdk
6 or 5.

On 6/29/07, Jacob Rhoden <jacob-lists@uptecs.com> wrote:
>
> It is not as simple as Michael implies, It is my understanding that
> tomcat 6 makes many improvements over tomcat 5. If this is correct then
> it makes choosing between 5 and 6 more complicated than you suggest.
> (And to someone who does not know what the JSP/servlet specs are, this
> is even more unclear). My guess at the best answer is to use 6 even if
> you dont need all of the features of 6, as 5 is bound to become
> unsupported long before 6.
>
> Bryan Rood wrote:
> > Michael,
> >
> > I don't understand where the confusion lies in the first question.
> >
> > At tomcat.apache.org, you see that under "production quality releases",
> > version 6.0.13 is listed as well as 5.5.23. If you don't need JSP Spec
> > 2.1, then you can use 5.5.23, if that factor doesn't matter, than just
> > deploy 6.0.13. We are currently using 6.0 in production and it is stable
> > for our company. There is documentation available as well that describes
> > what to do for tomcat servers running in production. Those
> > recommendations should be followed as well.
> >
> >
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-Andre-

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