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tomcat versus jrun

 
Sanjay Anand
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any comparisons? comments? links?
thanks in advance
sanjay
 
rickycli
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JRun has a pretty nice Web-based admin tool which makes it very easy to use while Tomcat doesn't. However, I personally prefer Tomcat coz they have the support to the latest specs.
 
Maky Chopra
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other than that, JRUN (development version - free with 3 concurrent connections) also has support for EJB's and JMS / JTA. But the flip side is that it would cost you if you went into a production system with JRUN.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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