On 8/3/06, Korbinian Bachl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

ok, then it seems as the wicket-homepage is bit away of the official
specification what an
appserver is (these are only the big-thing with whole EE stack with them)

Not to pick nits, but I think maybe your understanding of 'appserver' is a bit dated. In today's day and age, Spring, Hibernate, JOTM, clustering technologies, etc. have improved the status of Tomcat, Jetty, and Resin from lowly webservers to deserve the appserver title.

FWIW, most Gartner surveys include Jakarta Tomcat in the category of appserver.

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