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SITE DESCRIPTIONS System Administration of Apache / Tomcat
Mar 30, 2001, 01 :31 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1681 reads) (Other stories by Robert Eksten)

"If your web development efforts have become disorganized or overly complex, servlets and Java Server Pages can help with good support and high quality tools for Linux. Both technologies also help by offering an object-oriented approach that promotes a modularized development effort. Using such an approach allows you to scale from small to enterprise size using the same codebase."

"Tomcat is a servlet container and Java Server Pages (JSP) engine. It is open-source software produced by the members of the Jakarta Project, a project of the Apache Software Foundation. The Jakarta Project is open to any interested developers. ..."

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