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difference between Tomcat and Glassfish
Joined: Feb 19, 2008
Sep 17, 2008 05:47:00
I know Glassfish is also a
and it's a new webserver, but if
a decent server why do we need a new server
in the first place?
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Sep 17, 2008 07:26:00
Tomcat is the reference implementation for the servlet/JSP specifications, in other words, a web server and servlet container.
GlassFish is the reference implementation of the entire
specification - it supports
, JMS, JavaMail etc. in addition to being a servlet container.
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