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Pradeep bhatt
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Is Tomcat still the most popular web container. I am asking because as there does not seem to be change in version. I remember seeing version 7 some years back.


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Tim Moores
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You're probably misremembering. Tomcat 7 was first released less than 2 years ago. If you check its version history you'll see that it's continually being improved. Also note that no newer servlet specification than the one TC 7 implements exists; that usually drives changes in the major version number.
tanuj khare
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Hi Tim

Tomcat is widely used open source servlet container, it’s integrated with many open source product. With the new features of tomcat 7, its market share has increased a lot. Tomcat 7.x (where 7 major version, X is minor version. Major version changes if there architecture level changes and minor change with new feature and bug fix


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