The main differences is GlassFish implements the full Java EE 6
specification, Tomcat only implements the servlet specification. Tomcat
doesn't ship with CDI, JPA, JSF (I think) and all the other web profile and
full profile Java EE 6 specifications.

I've got to throw in as well, JBoss AS 7 ( also
implements the full web profile plus some extra Java EE 6 specs. I'd love to
find out if it could run on the i, I just don't have a box to test on. The
startup times are pretty amazing. If anyone is willing to give it a shot and
would like some help or has any questions feel free to email off the list.

James R. Perkins
JBoss by Red Hat

On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 10:06, Holm, Paul <pholm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Pete,

I haven't used Glassfish but am interested in how it compares to Tomcat?
you have any comparison insight?

Thanks, Paul Holm
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