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Default Apache Tomcat 7 Newbie Question

I'm rather new to Java technology/development (coming from .NET). I want to setup a Java architecture for developing REST services. I was thinking of using Apache Tomcat 7, EclipseLink or Hibernate (as ORM) and MySQL (as db). Now my questions: does Apache Tomcat 7, out-of-the-box, supports this architecture / is this a general accepted/used architecture?

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