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in-process/out-of-process Web Containers

 
Lalitha Gottumukkula
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What are in-process Web Containers and out-of-process Web Containers ?? How do they differ from each other ?
 
Pradeep bhatt
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Never heard the terms. Did you by any chance mean out-of-the-box ?
 
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"the internet" doesn't want to share either. At least, not with me
 
Dave Salter
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I imagine that an in-process web container would be something like standalone Tomcat where all requests are handled via the same process. An out of process web container would be something like Tomcat running inside Apache where effectively requests are being handled via a different process to that which received them (apache and tomcat running in separate processes).

This may not be correct, but its an extrapolation based upon my knowledge of in process and out of process COM servers where this is the sort of thing that happens.
 
Pradeep bhatt
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Dave ,
Your explanation makes sense.
 
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A company that makes a living selling both kinds of servers has an explanation with images.
[ September 23, 2005: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
satishkumar janakiraman
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Hi lalitha,

In In-Process Web container , the main web server and servlet container are different programs but the container runs within the address space of the main server as a plug-in.

in the out-of-process web container, like main server and servlet container are different programs. But the main webserver runs in one process and servlet container runs in a separate process. The webserver uses a plug-in to communicate with the servlet container.

I hope it will help
bye for now
sat
 
sridhar rao
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Originally posted by Lalitha Gottumukkala:
What are in-process Web Containers and out-of-process Web Containers ?? How do they differ from each other ?


hi firend i want the difference between

session.setMaxIntervalTimeout
session.setMaxIncactiveIntervalTimeout
 
Pradeep bhatt
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session.setMaxIntervalTimeout


The HttpSession does not have such a method. It defines setMaxInactiveInterval().
 
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