Java Web Server

Java Web Server

A Web server from Sun that ran under Solaris and NT. It supported Java servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology. Version 2.0 was the final release of the product, which was created to provide an upgrade path to servlet processing (Servlet API 2.1) for prior Java Web Server customers. The Web server was superseded by iPlanet Web Server. See Sun Java System Web Server.
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