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Tomcat is not a web server?

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is it right for the following?

Tomcat is not a web server.  It is an application server that runs JSP/Servlet.  It generally runs on Apache web server, which DOES support clustering.  
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This is basiclly correct, although TOMCAT will integrate fairly well with IIS as well.

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rama_krishna580 earned 30 total points
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Hi,

You may look at here and make your comments on this ---
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Application_Servers/Q_21091508.html

R.K
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