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IS TOMCAT 5.0 SUITABLE FOR ONLINE MONEY TRANSACTIONS?

 
laks nair
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HI THERE,
I AM DEVELOPING AN ONLINE APPLICATION WHERE WE CAN MAKE PAYMENTS ONLINE VIA CREDIT CARDS.IS TOMCAT 5.0 A SUITABLE SERVER FOR THIS OR SHOULD I TRY MORE COMPLEX ONES LIKE JBOSS..THE APPLICATION IS A STRAIGHT FORWARD ONE SO I WANT TO MAKE IT SIMPLE.PLEASE ADVICE ME ON THIS.

THANKS IN ADVANCE.
 
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Writing all caps is considered impolite.

Tomcat supports secure sockets as usually used in commercial pages.

Bill
 
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William Brogden wrote:Writing all caps is considered impolite.

Tomcat supports secure sockets as usually used in commercial pages.

Bill



so does that mean that tomcat 5.0 will run EJB'S na donline transactions without any security issues.also can you give an example of a site where tomcat is used and the site supports online payments using credit cards.

thanks.
 
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"alaska tibet",
you've been asked before to change your display name to something valid. This is not optional - accounts with invalid display names are generally closed.

Tomcat can't run EJBs - it is a servlet container. You can use OpenEJB if you need that functionality inside of Tomcat. But in terms of secure payment processing, Tomcat and JBoss are equivalent.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:"alaska tibet",
you've been asked before to change your display name to something valid. This is not optional - accounts with invalid display names are generally closed.

Tomcat can't run EJBs - it is a servlet container. You can use OpenEJB if you need that functionality inside of Tomcat. But in terms of secure payment processing, Tomcat and JBoss are equivalent.


open EJB functionality..can you please elaborate .i am new to ejb's.also can you give me an example of a site that uses a tomcat server for online payment processing.

thanks in advance
 
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http://openejb.apache.org/
 
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