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Saman Perera
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Dear All

I am developing a web application , but am not using EJB ,but only jsp/ servlet MVC design pattern , i can deployee it tomcat or jboss , what is the best server between them , what are the prons and cons deploying on web server and app server


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Why would you use JBoss if you're not using EJBs?
 
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Dear All

Thanks for quick response

I want to improve and enhance the performance, scalability and transaction processing of my web application (JSP/Sevrlet, Structs), using much more sophisticated server, I want to know if I use Jboss , I can able to get such improving comparing Tomcat (is there any feature that the tomcat is not supporting capering Jboss )


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JBoss uses Tomcat as it's servlet/jsp container.
If you're not using the features of JBoss (such as EJB), then using it, instead of Tomcat, is adding unnecessary overhead and complexity.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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