One would think, but I'm betting it the pbA server doesn't
work like Apache does with Tomcat, since IBM is still saying
they're working on a Tomcat port.  But I'd love to hear
different.  (And not running tomcat on a different port, I
can already do that.)

It just suprised me to see a directive that looked like it
was pointing at java stuff.  Maybe it wasn't a servlet, just
plain Java.  Never know.

Joe, any ideas?

Brad

On Thu, 9 Aug 2001 13:10:30 -0500
 Andrew.Lutz@abbott.com wrote:
> 
> I was told that you will need 'Tomcat' with 'Apache' to
> get the application
> server function that websphere provides.
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> I was parusing the HTTP server pbA (powered by Apache)
> admin
> configs, and it looked like they have configs for java in
> there.
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> Do you not need websphere to run servlets, jsps, etc with
> Apache?  Or was I just seeing things?
> 
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