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Tomcat or Jboss

lao zhang
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We have a web application that uses jsp and struts 2, no EJB involved.

The application has potentially over 1 million users, the question is: Tomcat or Jboss , which one has better performance and ability to support those kind of amount of users?
Thanks a lot!
Bear Bibeault
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You can answer this question yourself with the following clue:
  • JBoss uses Tomcat as its servelt container.


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    lao zhang
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    What a silly question!
    Davie Lin
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    Hope it's not too late to wake this thread

    Does this mean that JBoss is a full J2EE server? since tomcat is only partial, does that mean Jboss have a EJB container?

    Bear Bibeault
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