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WebSphere 5. is HTTPServer still a separate Service

Tony Evans
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Joined: Jun 29, 2002
Posts: 573
With WebSphere 5 is the HTTPServer now embedded within WebSphere 5. Or is it still a separate service as it was with WebSphere 4.
I can not see any reference to HttpServer within my
Settings/Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Services.
But the samples in my sample Gallery work, therefore it looks as if the HttpServer is embedded.
Thanks for any help.
Tony
Simon Song
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Joined: Feb 01, 2002
Posts: 217
Since WAS 4.0, there is already an embedded HTTPServer with each AppServer.
The external webserver uses HTTP(no longer OSE) to reroute requests to AppServer(servlet Engine).
Also this embedded HTTPServer serves for webservice requests.
IBM still recommend having an external webserver for performance/security/scalability for production deployment.


Simon Song
Certified Entperise Developer of Websphere
 
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