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relation between servlet container and JVM

kamlesh tayade
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I want to know what the exact repation is between Servlet Container and JVM. Is Servlet Container is in the JVM. I know that Servlet Container is in Servlet extension of the webserver.


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dema rogatkin
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In most cases servlet container is in JVM, but there are solutions when container will create JVM for every servlet.


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Adeel Ansari
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Originally posted by dema rogatkin:
In most cases servlet container is in JVM, but there are solutions when container will create JVM for every servlet.


More appropriately, in most cases servlet container runs in a single JVM, but there are solutions when container need multiple JVMs.
 
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