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Old June 3rd, 2007, 02:15 AM
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Hi,
I am new in java programming. I use a remote server which has the following:
Apachee 2.0.54
Tomcat 5.0
java 1.4.2

My question is this, does this installation include EJB?
Thanks,
David


 
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No! Apache Tomcat is a servlet container not an EJB container. You could use such configuration for hosting applications that just use web layer of J2EE architecture. Meaning you can deploy only war files on this server.
 
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Thanks-- I got it.






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