>Do you have something to let those perl and PHP guys
>hook up to Tomcat?
You can run Perl and PHP on Tomcat via various add-ons: Tomcat comes
with its own CGI servlet for Perl and other CGI scripts. There are 3rd
party add-ons that'll let you run Perl and PHP on Tomcat (and other
Servlet Containers) using different approaches. In most cases the
performance of these is not as good as Apache.
But Ben's point is good: consider your requirements carefully before you
blindly put Apache in front of Tomcat. Tomcat by itself is sufficient
for a great many applications. If you have a ton of heavy-processing
Perl or PHP, then you probably still want Apache. But it should be an
informed decision, not one based on advice, books, or data from four
>I do not worry about Tomcat kill Apache!
And I don't worry about vast hordes of woolly mammoths stampeding on my
street. Glad we can all share what we're not worried about ;)
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