Web container

PC clients communicating via network with a web server serving static content only.

A web container (also known as a servlet container;

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Jakarta Server Pages

Collection of technologies that helps software developers create dynamically generated web pages based on HTML, XML, SOAP, or other document types.

The JSP Model 2 architecture.

To deploy and run Jakarta Server Pages, a compatible web server with a servlet container, such as Apache Tomcat or Jetty, is required.

Apache Tomcat

Free and open-source implementation of the Jakarta Servlet, Jakarta Expression Language, and WebSocket technologies.

Apache Tomcat default page
Apache Tomcat default page

Catalina is Tomcat's servlet container.

Application server

Server that hosts applications or software that delivers a business application through a communication protocol.

A computer network diagram of client computers communicating with a server computer via the Internet

Web container: the web modules include Jakarta Servlets and Jakarta Server Pages (JSP).

Jakarta Servlet

Java software component that extends the capabilities of a server.

Life of a JSP file

Although servlets can respond to many types of requests, they most commonly implement web containers for hosting web applications on web servers and thus qualify as a server-side servlet web API.

Apache Geronimo

Open source application server developed by the Apache Software Foundation and distributed under the Apache license.

Apache Geronimo Web Administration Console
Apache Geronimo Web Administration Console

The GBeans interface makes it possible to switch between two servlet containers, for example Jetty or Tomcat, without affecting the whole architecture using a GBeans interface.

Oracle Application Server

Integrated, standards-based software platform.

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Web Container

Organizational unit (computing)

Organizational unit provides a way of classifying objects located in directories, or names in a digital certificate hierarchy, typically used either to differentiate between objects with the same name (John Doe in OU "marketing" versus John Doe in OU "customer service"), or to parcel out authority to create and manage objects (for example: to give rights for user-creation to local technicians instead of having to manage all accounts from a single central group).

Computer simulation, one of the main cross-computing methodologies.

Organizational units most commonly appear in X.500 directories, X.509 certificates, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directories, Active Directory (AD), and Lotus Notes directories and certificate trees, but they may feature in almost any modern directory or digital certificate container grouping system.

Mod jk

Apache Tomcat default page

mod_jk is an Apache module used to connect the Tomcat servlet container with web servers such as Apache, iPlanet, Sun ONE (formerly Netscape) and even IIS using the Apache JServ Protocol.

XML Interface for Network Services

Open-source technology for definition and implementation of internet applications, which enforces a specification-oriented approach.

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A server-side container for Java-based XINS API implementations, the XINS/Java Server Framework; in xins-server.jar. This is like a servlet container for XINS APIs.

Deployment descriptor

A configuration file for GNU GRUB being edited. Comments (the lines beginning with a ' ') are used both as documentation and as a way to "disable" the setting.

A deployment descriptor (DD) refers to a configuration file for an artifact that is deployed to some container/engine.