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Diff bw Tomcat server and Apache Server?

naveen maddala
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Hi,

I am little bit confuse with Tomcat server and Apache Server if yes tell me with some example if possible?

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Naveen.
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The Apache web server is not a servlet container.

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Apache is a software manfacturer: http://apache.org

Apache HTTP Server is a C based server product which by default serves static files only and provides a CGI backend: http://httpd.apache.org You can add web modules to let it serve dynamic files. A commonly used one is PHP, a C based hypertext processor.

Apache Tomcat is a Java based server product which contains a Java EE web container and thus is capable to serve JSP and Servlet: http://tomcat.apache.org
 
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