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JBoss - Tomcat on Linux

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I am currently using Jboss 3.2.0 on Linux (Slackware 9.0) and i wish to use Jboss both as Web Server as well as App Server.
I wish to know :
1) is a Tomcat Plugin required for Jboss for it to work as Web Server or can it work on its own , i mean does it has a web container of its own. ?
2) If i Tomcat has to be plugged in to JBoss , then how do you do it and what are the environment varibales settings.
Is any shell script to be edited ?
I will appreciate your prompt response in this regard.
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I am also seeking the solution of integration of Tomcat 4.1.24 and JBoss 3.2. But I could answer you the first question.
On there is also a jboss_tomcat integrated bundle. If you choose the JBoss alone. It will use a in-build Web Server, which is called Jetty.
Good luck, if you have any idea about how to integrate JBoss and Tomcat manually, pleaz don't forget to let me konw that.
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