Netscape Application Server


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Netscape Application Server

A Web-based application server from the Sun-Netscape Alliance that supports C, C++ and Java applications, Java servlets, JavaServer Pages (JSPs) and Enterprise JavaBeans. In 2000, it was superseded by iPlanet Application Server, which became Sun ONE Application Server in 2002 when Sun officially ended its Alliance agreement with AOL. See Sun Java System Application Server, Netscape Application Builder and Netscape Extension Builder.
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