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J2EE Engine like Jakarta-Tomcat

Hi all,

I have a question. What's the differences between J2EE engine and Jakarta Tomcat??

I've readed the introduction to j2ee (Creating a new web application) and i've seen that the directory structure of a web-site is more similar to a tomcat web-site structure..

Regards..

Eugenio.

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    May 27, 2004 at 12:43 AM

    Hello Eugenio,

    There should be no real difference, except that Tomcat may not have all the J2EE components -- For example, if I remember correctly, you need to add on to Tomcat with JBoss if want to implement Enterprise Java Beans (EJB). But the underlying J2EE engines should be the same.

    Kevin.

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      I am unable to configure the SAP J2EE engine 6.2 to give suppost for Struts 1.1. If any one is using the struts 1.1 and SAP J2EE engine and if those are working without any Internal Server error 500, Can you please let me know what configurations changes i need to make.

      Thanks is advance

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    May 28, 2004 at 12:13 AM

    Well relating to this topic i have one more doubt. If i create my applications using the Jakarta Struts. And if i am able to deploy them successfully on my WSAD to run on Websphere AS. Will it work on SAP 6.2 WAS?

    Ravi

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    • Former Member

      Well, Even if you follow the J2EE specification you will almost always have to do some configuring between different J2EE application servers

      But I most definitive belive that it should work.