Netscape Enterprise Server


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Netscape Enterprise Server

A Web server from Netscape that runs under NT, Solaris and HP-UX. It supports JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology, Java servlets and Server-Side JavaScript (SSJS). It was superseded by iPlanet Web Server and renamed again in 2002 as Sun ONE Web Server. See Sun Java System Web Server and Sun-Netscape Alliance.
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