Lotus Notes/Domino Server vs J2EE

Hi Experts,

I have downloaded Lotus Notes/Domino Server 6.5 and i have configured Lotus Notes and it is working fine. My question is all about, is there any in-built support for compiling and executing J2EE technologies like JSP, Servlets, JavaBeans, EJB etc., ??

But when i downloaded Lotus Notes/Domino Server it is just a mail server which is running in a command prompt which is enabling all the mail protocols like POP3, SMTP, IMAP etc., I dont see any port specification for running J2EE stuff. My real need is i just want to compile and run J2EE technologies in Lotus Notes Domino server as we are doing with Weblogic, Websphere, JBoss, J2EE Application Server etc.,

If i purhase the Domino Suite, what are all the products included in that? so that i can download the add-ons if it is available for trail run. I did not get a clear picture about this Domino stuff!!

Also if this really can run J2EE Applications, Please provide the guidelines to compile and execute my JSP and Servlet pages.

Please help me out soon !!!

Regards
Vijay T. Prabakar
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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Domino server is for running Lotus Notes applications.
If you want to run Java applications, then it is possible, but there are surely better choices then Domino web server for running non-Lotus applications.

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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
And here you can see the steps necessary to run J2EE on Domino: https://www6.software.ibm.com/dw/education/ls/lsj2ee/lsj2ee-a4.pdf
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