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About Application Server - Glassfish

G.Sathish kumar
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Joined: Jul 27, 2009
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Currently we using Tomcat server for the technologies Spring hibernate jsp
i thought of using glassfish application server so can you please tell me how much it is usefull or is there any disadvantage to do it.

and about licence also it is free to use.

Sathish kumar
David Newton

Joined: Sep 29, 2008
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Most of your questions would be answered with a cursory inspection of the Glassfish docs.

If you don't need what it has to offer (it's a full JEE container) the additional complexity may not be worth it.
William Brogden
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You can download a PDF paper entitled "Learning Glassfish for Tomcat Users" from this site.

Note that for the upcoming Servlet 3.0 API, Glassfish is the reference implementation, not Tomcat.

Have you checked out Aspose?
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