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Is there andy difference between "Servlet" and "Servlet engine"? If yes, what are the differences?
posted 14 years ago
A Servlet engine is what a servlet runs on. It's the common name for a server that the server runs on. A servlet, which you write, is an object that resides in the web server/servlet engine, and it extends the functionality of a web server/servlet engine.
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