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C. P. Chouksey Raisen

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Difference among EJB Container, jsp Container, servlet Container, java Container or any more if available?

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Frank Carver

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"Container" is a very general term. In this context it just means some software which looks after (manages) other software components.
An EJB container manages Enterprise Java Beans
A servlet/JSP container manages servlets and JSPs
and so on.
There are as many types of container as there are types of component.

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