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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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Saman
Bear Bibeault
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Why would you use JBoss if you're not using EJBs?


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Saman Perera
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Joined: Jul 15, 2003
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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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Saman
Ben Souther
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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.


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