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Different between Tomcat and sun j2ee server
Joined: Nov 13, 2003
Sep 01, 2004 04:43:00
is a container for jsp and
, meanwhile, sun provides a j2ee server with
JDK, what's the different between them. can j2ee server take place of tomcat?
Joined: Aug 21, 2004
Sep 01, 2004 05:39:00
Tomcat is a Java enabled Webserver. thats all. that can understand
But J2EE is a bundle of servers. Its a open std . It allow you develop applications not only in web-based context , also using Ejb, corba,rmi.
for more , refer to java.sun.com's tutorial parts.
Joined: Nov 22, 2001
Sep 01, 2004 05:43:00
You can't run
on TOMCAT where as on sun J2EE Server,you can run EJB and Tomcat is basically an Servlet Container and sun J2EE is an application Server.
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