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WEBSERVERS !! Tomcat - JBoss - Weblogic (evaluating the Differences and Similarities)

 
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I need to develop an application that can withstand the test of facing several webservers and yet emerge victorious

Here are the challenges that lie ahead in our quest:
1. Need to use concepts like Logging (log4j) for different levels AND need to Govern them remotely (not touching the properties files)
mostly Server variable tweaking via the administrative modules will do.
2. Need to make this system extensible.

So, I need Ideas, topics that i can research on.
I did work on tomcat, but not too deep. Next i did get a bit overview of JBoss (maybe Mbeans can rescue me here). Never touched Weblogic.

any comments on the above 3 webservers are welcome, mostly I need to explore Commonality as well as differences so that i can evaluate what can be done and wht cannot.

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