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Does iplanet 4.1 support web services?

 
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Hi,
Could some one tell me whether iplanet web server 4.1 version supports web services? Is sun one web server 4.1 the same as iplanet web server 4.1?
I would be thankful if some one could provide me the link from where I can download iplanet 4.1 server. I am getting 6.0 version but not 4.1 version.

TIA.
Vara Prakash
 
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do you some specific reasons on why you want to use iPlant 4.1 instead of 6.0
 
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what exactly do you mean if it "supports Web Services"? What exactly are you trying to do?

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Saqib
 
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since Web-Services implementations are based on Servlet Technologies,
Iplanet Webserver should do the job.
 
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