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Diff between web&app server

 
Janakiram Gattupalli
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A web-server does'nt support jndi,transaction management,EJB and it is aProtocol specific,where as Application server supports all the above features.
 
Ben Souther
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This is not a question.
Were you trying to answer someone else's question and, maybe, started a new topic instead?
 
subbarao N.V
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hi

Application server different types of services like Directory service,Transaction Management,Security Management.


But Webserver supports only webapplications,like servlet,jsp,struts applications
 
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Howdy "subbarao N.V"

Welcome to the JavaRanch...

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abhishek gowlikar
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Application is one which supports all the Features of J2EE components like Jsps,Servlets,EJB

Web server is one which supports only Web Components Like Servlets,Jsps
 
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