• The JSP server provides for the capability to execute servlet code based on a user request, this can be a servlet or a JSP page. There are many servers available on the market today and most will integrate into the more popular WEB Servers.
  • Through tests a successful migration from an IIS and servletexec configuration was migrated to an Apache and Tomcat configuration with no code change, proving that if the JSP Server conforms to the published specification then inter JSP server migration is possible.
  • Tomcat a project from Apache provides a good base for the execution of servlets or JSP Pages, Tomcat is under the Apache banner but maintained by SUN Microsystems the organization that co-ordinates the JSP and servlet specifications.
  • There is no deployment cost involved with Tomcat, the number of users is unlimited and there are multiple deployment platforms available.