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gizmo_mathboy
  reversethis-{moc ... } {yobhtamomzig}

aerospace engineer by education, all-around walking cesspool of knowledge by nature, and professional grade slacker by choice. Sysadmin at a major midwestern university.
Wednesday May 01, 2002
10:28 PM

Project planning/research

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I guess I like it but I really need to get back with my boss and clarify some things. Better now than later.

Should be interesting trying to get a Java servlet designed for Windows to run on Linux. I'm certain that Apache/Tomcat can handle it. I'm not so certain about Linux though. I suppose that is why one runs experiments. :-)

Then again I can retreat into coding and get some UI requests/enhancements done. That would set back my planning and research time. Gotta love trying to keep tasks balanced.

Well, back to surfing and reading.

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  • Apache/Tomcat on Linux works fine. I use it every day. You should be able to take your compiled servlet classes and deploy them on a linux machine with no problem -- I've done this with sizable EAR and WAR files from linux to win2000 boxes without a hitch.
    • I had no doubts about Apache/Tomcat working on linux.

      I am concerned because in the docs on of the servlets is recommended to run on a windows box.

      Hopefully things will work but I'm being pessimistic until I do the testing.