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So Tomcat has somehow a WebServer implicitly?
Joined: Nov 15, 2001
Sep 04, 2002 06:09:00
am I right?
then why do we need a web server like IIS, Apache etc?
I mean, for the enterprises it is scalable. but for individuals?
Joined: Feb 20, 2001
Sep 04, 2002 08:43:00
has a built-in web server. For a single person's use (developer) this is just fine.
Even for small websites that don't get a lot of traffic, it is fine.
There is no need for you to use IIS or another webserver, as long as Tomcat can adequately handle your traffic.
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: So Tomcat has somehow a WebServer implicitly?
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