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Sun server as a choice

 
Pham Huy Anh
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Hi,

I know that is not good place (forum) to post this kind of question but... I think I can get response faster here within expert from around the world.

As many SCEA have choose Sun server in deployment, for many reason, availability..blabla.., which in turn may impress the marker .

For J2ee server, I work only IBM brand, WAS, WPS..., (sometime with Tomcat for simple sample). Oh well, it's interesting to play with Sun's stuff.

My question:
1. Now iPlanet, SunONE are replaced with Sun Java System, should we move to this new product too? I think yes.
2. In production env, there are Http Server (usually embedded in Webserver), Webserver, App Server. Same thing for FBN, I think. But... when I install Sun Java Studio 8.1, playing around, I see that there is Sun App Server + Tomcat 5.5 (no Sun Web Server include). Did I do something wrong?!?
3. As I know, in IBM Websphere, Web server is included inside the app server. Is it the samething for Sun's stuff?

Thanks,
huyanh
 
Maris Orbidans
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1. Now iPlanet, SunONE are replaced with Sun Java System, should we move to this new product too? I think yes.


yes, of course


3. As I know, in IBM Websphere, Web server is included inside the app server. Is it the samething for Sun's stuff?


yes, there is a NIO based HTTP server embedded in SJAS.

also you get Sun Java System Web Server

http://www.sun.com/software/products/web_srvr/home_web_srvr.xml
 
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