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Dear guys, i'm abit confused regarding teh differnce between http server and web server http server like apache and web server like tomcat what is teh differnec which one host the application the http server or teh web server
posted 8 years ago
Hello "sajedsoft sajedsoft"-
Welcome to JavaRanch.
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As to your question, there is no difference between a web server and an HTTP server - they're the same thing. Tomcat is -in addition to being a web server- also a servlet container, capable of running Java web applications.