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I'm looking for a good servlet container.
I'm not using Unix so TomCat is out. The others that I have found are 30-day trials. Anything else out there?
Thanks,
Pres
 
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Tomcat works with win98. So does Apache webserver which you can use with Tomcat.
 
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Originally posted by Pres Brawner:
I'm looking for a good servlet container.
I'm not using Unix so TomCat is out. The others that I have found are 30-day trials. Anything else out there?
Thanks,
Pres



Have you tried RESIN?. Their web site is http://www.caucho.com
JGURU uses RESIN. We currently use Resin on Linux & Solaris.
Its screamin' fast...
 
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Thanks! I'll look into both of these possibilities!
Pres
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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