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Please give solutions for these......
I am using tomcat as server for JSP/Servlet now i need EJB container also
which one is best suit for tomcat?
then how it connect with tomcat?
what differs tomcat and Struts?
is Struts work alone ?
How we can connect Tomact with Apache Webserver?
simple java bean classes connected with JSP and is working good in windows tomcat but not in linux tomcat why it so?all other is ok.
 
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Tomcat is a servlet container that serves JSPs and Servlets.
Struts is an open source framework for building java web applications.
And tomcat is one such servlet engine that serves an application developed using Struts framework.
Google on struts, and check out http://husted.com/struts/
 
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