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how much request/sec JWS2.0 can handle.

 
shivangi mathur
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Hi
I am currently using javawebserver2.0 on win NT platform for servlet development. Now i want to deploy the developed servlets for online access. How much request/sec JWS2.0 can handle or Shall I switch to another web server.
can anybody tell me the similar site as "javaranch" for databases
related questions.
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Shivangi
 
Mike Curwen
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I am surprised someone hasn't already boggled at this, so I guess I'll step up.

Unless you are restricted to using jws2.0 by a business decision, you should *not* be using this for production systems. The codebase of this technology has not been updated since sometimes around 2000, and besides that it is 2 minor point releases behind the servlet spec.

Tomcat 4.x would be far better, even though some might suggest it is not 'production quality'.
 
sharad goswami
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well jwebserver was developed for educational purposes by sun not for ecom or website developement purposes i persoanlly am using tomcat3.2.3 for my developement purposes and am not finding any probs.u can go for tomcat4.0 or upper versions also if u like.
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