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From "Martin Mauri" <mma...@profesi.com.ar>
Subject Re: mod_jserv or mod_jk
Date Thu, 22 Mar 2001 14:13:04 GMT

Both of them are servlet containers.

The difference is in the version of the servlet specifications. JSERV is a
Servlet 2.0 compliant servlet container while Tomcat is a Servlet 2.2
servlet container. Tomcat is more advanced and efficient than JSERV.
Furthermore, mod_jserv was thought to be a connetor between JSERV and
Apache, when Tomcat first came, a version of mod_jserv was adapted to work
with Tomcat. But it had lot of bugs and wasn't so robust. A brand new module
was built for Tomcat-Apache connectivity and was called mod_jk. I'd suggest
using Apache-Tomcat-mod_jk.

HTH,

Martin

PD: Any mistake in my explanation, please correct!


> What is the best ?
> TOMCAT ou JSERV ?
> mod_jk.so ou mod_jserv ?


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