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Tomcat vs JBoss

 
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Hi there,
have got a project to build a company website which should be pretty basic, the most complicated thing being a registration of cv's on the site and some protected pages, but they want it done in J2EE which is fine with me as I have been trying to get work in this for 2 years now . Anyway its gotta be economical so I was thinking JBoss or Tomcat which are free. Can anyone tell me which is better, why it is better and if there are any good tutorials for the best one.
Any help would be great
Williery
 
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I have a fair amount of experience with using Tomcat (Apache Tomcat home page). It allows you to run servlets and JSPs, but it isn't a full J2EE server. If you want/need ALL of the J2EE functionality, then consider JBoss. But if servlets and JSPs are sufficient, I think Tomcat would be fine.
This may be a good place to start: Configuring and Using Tomcat. If you google on "Tomcat tutorial" you'll find ample examples.
[ November 18, 2003: Message edited by: Wayne L Johnson ]
 
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Thats great
cheers
Williery
 
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