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jignesh soni
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How is weblogic different from Tomcat.

Tomcat is using Apache as a webserver, which webserver is used with Weblogic ?

Is webloic compatible for ASP and JSP both ?

Misha Ver
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Joined: Mar 03, 2008
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You should start from something like By the way Apache Tomcat may use IIS as web server.
Andrea Gazzarini
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WebLogic is using its own Web Server?
ASP & JSP are two different technologies...I think there's no one web server which is able to support both of them...
ASP application is supposed to run into Microsoft IIS, while JSP needs basically a servlet engine so you can use it on Tomcat, WebSphere, Weblogic, JBoss, etc...

Anyway, the answer to your second question is no...Weblogic (as JEE container) supports "only" Java Server Pages...


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