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D Rog
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Some highly respectable members of the ranch consider servlets as only server applications. This thread a possibility for them to prove their point.


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I don't understand the point of this post either. It's like asking us to prove that pixies don't exist.



As i said in the other topic, you can run a local server, or you can even embed a servlet container such as Jetty in an application, but you are still dealing with a server-client relationship.
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