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Michael.H.Sun
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Dear All,
It appears that Tomcat is troublesome. I wonder why we do use J2EE instead. Any reason?
Thanks
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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yes, if we don't do it right.
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Mark Savory
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I haven't used Tomcat but my understanding is that it's an implementation of the servlets part of J2EE.
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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and JSP, if I may add Mark.
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Randall Twede
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Isn't J2EE a for sale product as opposed to free?
Tomcat seems to work fine for me.
 
Michael.H.Sun
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J2EE is from Sun Micro. and free.
 
Michael Waites
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I use Tomcat 3.2 and have great sucess with it. I tried other products, and either they were too buggy or too pricy. With the improved SSL support with TC 3.2, we could not be happier with Tomcat. Plus, who can beat free? :P
 
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