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What is the difference between Apache-Tomcat and Jakarta-Tomcat?

What is the difference between Apache-Tomcat and Jakarta-Tomcat?

The Apache Software Foundation is a community of developers dedicated to creating and maintaining open-source software projects, including the Jakarta project. The Jakarta Project creates and maintains open-source solutions based on Java technology. Tomcat is an open-source application server based on Java technology that serves Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) and is used in many different open-source projects including Jakarta. Thus, Apache-Tomcat and Jakarta-Tomcat are essentially the same animal.

This was last published in September 2003

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