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servlet and Domino Urgent

 
john mattucci
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I was wondering if Domino server supports servlets
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Steve Granton
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Hi,
I've been reliably informed that Domino has shipped with a servlet engine for a while now. Which engine it is and how good it is I'm not sure.
Cheers,
Steve
 
Mike Curwen
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FYI: It's Tomcat.
 
Axel Janssen
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Hi,
the default servlet engine is very outdated. Think its 2.0 (no jsp, no RequestDispatcher. With the current R5 you can do some sort of a Tomcat integration using a freeware connector:
Here you find more:
http://www.notes.net/46dom.nsf/55c38d716d632d9b8525689b005ba1c0/5fdaad676b8cf0d285256adb004996a8?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,tomcat
And R5 licence is bundled with a websphere entry edition. You might try to integrate Websphere (I haven't tried that yet). In every case the Tomcat integration is much, much easier to setup.
For R6 there are further plans from lotus/ibm and from freeware orgs.
regards Axel
 
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