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Does servlets and JSP run on all following web server:
- WebLogic
- Websphere
- Tomcat

Please let me know.

Thank You,
Angela
 
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Yes, though each may support different specification versions.
 
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Yes, though each may support different specification versions.



Then what are criteria to choose among this three servers for software application?

Thank You,
Angela
 
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For starters, Weblogic and WebSphere cost serious money, while Tomcat is free. Of course, Tomcat is just a servlet container/web server, while the other two are complete JEE servers that have oodles of other features Tomcat doesn't.
 
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Originally posted by Angela D'souza:


Then what are criteria to choose among this three servers for software application?

Thank You,
Angela



That depends entirely on what you want your app to do.
 
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Thanks,

Is there any link i can read different features or specs of three servers?

Angela
 
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Google would probably be your best friend for this one.

A search for "J2EE Server Comparison" brought me right to this one.
http://www.javaskyline.com/serv.html

Again, depending on what you want to do, you might want to change your search to only look for Open Source servers or Servers that support EJB, etc...
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