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Oct 31, 2005 13:30:00
What sort of transactions per second would you need to be achieving for
to be a poor solution? I'm not having any issues, but need to "sell" it as a viable solution.
What are the alternatives, if any?
Is this a proper gauge when choosing a container such as tomcat? Would tomcat ever be a bottle neck, or do you have other resource issues if tomcat is acting up due to high volume?
I agree. Here's the link:
Upgrade from Servlet 2.3 to Servlet 2.4
problem with jstl tags
Upgrade from JSP 1.2 to JSP 2.0
store a file in the server
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