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Tomcat and Jboss Vs Weblogic

 
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Hi all
When i am able to run servlets,jsps and ejbs with weblogic and some other app servers why do i need to run servlets and jsp in tomcat and use jboss for ejbs.
Is there any advantage in using this combination over weblogic or any other app server which facilitets in running all three.
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Radha
 
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Originally posted by Radha MahaLakshmi:
Hi all
When i am able to run servlets,jsps and ejbs with weblogic and some other app servers why do i need to run servlets and jsp in tomcat and use jboss for ejbs.
Is there any advantage in using this combination over weblogic or any other app server which facilitets in running all three.
regards
Radha


Basicly both are the same. But Weblogic is a commercial product which is not the cheapest one, has a good configuration gui etc.
JBoss and Tomcat are for free.
so it is up to you which features you need and how much money you can spend.
 
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