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Resin Vs Tomcat

 
Rajesh Hegde
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Hi ,
From the posts so far i gather that Installing and configuring Tomcat is pretty difficult. So I thought of trying Resin server as mentioned by our Sheriff Frank Craver. I must say that the installation was very simple and i could try out JSP and servlets instantly.
Let me know if any one else too has worked on resin. And Let me know how Resin compares in performance with other Servlet Engines like Tomcat.
Rajesh
 
Edgar Sanchez
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Tomcat is something of a hassle not as much with installation as with configuration and deployment (of new applications). On the other hand Resin is simpler. As for performance Resin is far faster than Tomcat (disclaimer: I am a real fan of open source non-commercial projects so I use Tomcat, so no bad feelings it's just that Tomcat still have room for improvement not that it's not production quality).
Best of luck,
Originally posted by Rajesh Hegde:
Hi ,
From the posts so far i gather that Installing and configuring Tomcat is pretty difficult. So I thought of trying Resin server as mentioned by our Sheriff Frank Craver. I must say that the installation was very simple and i could try out JSP and servlets instantly.
Let me know if any one else too has worked on resin. And Let me know how Resin compares in performance with other Servlet Engines like Tomcat.
Rajesh

 
Danny Mui
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Resin is developed in the open-source model. The mailing-list is the main mode of contact between the users and the staff of caucho (Scott Ferguson vists and answers quite often).
They only charge for people being paid to use Resin or for better support.
 
navodit garg
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Hi friends,First of all my tomcat is running very fine, I am able to run the servlets given as example in my tomcat server at port 8080
But I am facing one problem that how can I run the servlets made by me ??? where should I place it in the tomcat directory i.e. html file and class file of servlet should be addressed with what thing http://localhost:8080/examples/servlets/***.html(is it right)
Plese guide me.
Navodit
 
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