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http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/introduction.html
 
http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/introduction.html
  
tomcat is a java web and app server....is is very close to apache speeds now even for static content, and is best used WITHOUT APACHE at all [see the definitive guide free ch4 online]
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Tomcat is a Java web and app server....is is very close to Apache speeds now even for static content, and is best used WITHOUT APACHE at all. Ref. [[http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596101060/ the definitive guide ch4]]. You only need [[Tomcat_and_Apache|how to integrate Tomcat with Apache]] if you want to run Tomcat on the same IP and port used by Apache.
  
servlets and jsp give you dynamic websites
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Servlets and jsp give you dynamic websites. You can also use wicket or 100 other java frameworks to build a site.
you can also use wicket or 100 other java frameworks to build a site
 
  
have fun!
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Tomcat [[Tomcat_and_Apache|installation, configuration and testing]] under Arch Linux.
 
 
unpack the tar.gz; cd to bin, run ./startup.sh; then localhost:8080 in your browser
 
 
 
enjoy!
 
 
 
See also [[Tomcat_and_Apache|how to integrate Tomcat with Apache]].
 

Revision as of 14:26, 6 December 2008

http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/introduction.html

Tomcat is a Java web and app server....is is very close to Apache speeds now even for static content, and is best used WITHOUT APACHE at all. Ref. [the definitive guide ch4]. You only need how to integrate Tomcat with Apache if you want to run Tomcat on the same IP and port used by Apache.

Servlets and jsp give you dynamic websites. You can also use wicket or 100 other java frameworks to build a site.

Tomcat installation, configuration and testing under Arch Linux.