• Subject: Re: WebSphere
  • From: Tom Heiber-Cobb <heibercobb@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 09:01:02 -0500

I believe it's more accurate to state that WebSphere is an add-on to a web
server. It provides an environment from which to execute server-side java.
One of the components of WebSphere is refered to as an application server.
At its most fundamental the application server portion delivers this
server-side java (servlets) to web based clients (IE, Netscape). In the
absense of a traditional HTTP server (web server) I don't believe WebSphere
can stand alone to provide its services.
        Anyone else want to weigh in on this? Any exceptions to my description?
Thanks,
        Tom H-C


At 07:58 AM 7/26/99 -0400, Mike  Everidge wrote:
>WeSpehere is a WEB server. Ours runs on an AS/400.
>
>
>>>> "Radhakrishnan Panicker" <hari_rk@hotmail.com> 07/25/99 09:20AM >>>
>Could someone tell me what exactly is WebSphere. Pardon me if this is a 
>silly question.
>
>Thanks
>
>Krishnan
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