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Where can I get open source servlet container written in C, C++ or java?.
I want to see how it exactly works.
 
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Tomcat (http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/) is the offical reference implementation of the servlet and JSP specs and is written in Java. You can download the source easily for free.
 
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welcome to the ranch mahesh
c/c++, no idea, but for java, you can look at tomcat or jetty.
 
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I have a list of some available open-source servlet containers, and some advice about choosing one, on my web site at http://www.servletshop.com/advice/containers.html
 
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