P.S. I sent you a private message. It's just a bunch of questions about what the exam was like. I've never sent a private message before, so I'm not sure how you're supposed to know you have one, but I think you can retreive it by going to your profile and checking there. Once again, congrats on the growing moose collection.
Oh wow everyone - it's only my second moose. I'm all embarrassed! :roll: I have had a go at servlets before (I've got to move the site to one of my own, but at the moment it should be at http://tech-valley.co.uk/khead - you have to click "Register" (and fill in the form (stored in an Oracle database) to get into the system...) And just after I started developing it, the op system changed from using Allaire JRun to Apache Tomcat - how many systems are there out there (as Javaranch uses Orion)? Anyway many thanks for your good wishes - I'm probably going to need them!! All the best, Kate!! [ February 10, 2004: Message edited by: Kate Head ]
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There's a whole bunch of web servers out there. Tomcat, Resin, Orion, JRun... then you have application servers that also serve up JSP's and servlets, like BEA Weblogic, Oracle 9i, Websphere, JBoss. Some of those actually use Tomcat or some other web server within the application server, some have their own. All sorts of servers out there. That's why it is REALLY important to make your web applications portable, and not dependent on one specific implementation. Luckily, Java makes it easy for you to do this