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Here's a tip - I do a lot of development on other J2EE platforms, noteably IBM WebSphere. The problem I run into constantly is the size of the server, how long it takes to restart, and having enough memory to run a development environment AND the J2EE server. Tomcat solves all that for me. I develop under Tomcat and then port to WebSphere in the last week of the project. Wonderful!
 
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My only concern with Apache/TomCat/JBoss is bugs. Anybody know if the bugs are big problem for the development ? I currently use JRun which is quite stable. Although it has bugs, it is quite reliable .
 
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That’s what I do too. Develop in Tomcat and port to Websfear.
I rarely see bug in Tomcat. I have not used JBoss though.
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