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Deploying to the Tomcat ?

 
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Hi
As I understand Java is portable, so I am trying to deploy the same java code to different web application server including Tomcat.
Initially we developed application using VAJ(VisualAge for Java) and Websphere using MQ and DB2.
But this works make me to rethink that whether Java is really portable and also platform-independent.
For example, I used DB2 connection using JNDI and seems like that I have to change code to work in the Tomcat environment. If I deploy to Weblogic, should I change code again to be adjusted to that specific web server ?
I would like to hear your experience.
Cheers !
[ March 14, 2002: Message edited by: Duksun Choi ]
 
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Duksun
Tomcat is *WEB-CONTAINER* now official implementation of servlets/JSP specs
It do not supports other J2EE stuff like JNDI etc so you obviously cant deploy you websphere app on it
if you are looking for open source J2EE app server take a look at www.jboss.org
 
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