A servlet engine, also known as a container, is essentially a webserver which is capable of executing Java servlets.
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Download, documentation and tutorials for the straight-forward servlet container and Web server. Apache Tomcat was the Servlet Container reference implementation and is the most popular Servlet Engine. (Open Source)
Configuring and Using Tomcat 6 and Tomcat 7
A tutorial on installing, configuring, and using Tomcat for servlet and JSP development.
Dwarf HTTP Server
Fully-featured web server with Java Servlet API 2.2 and Java Server Pages 1.1 implementation. [Shareware]
Open-source application server and official reference implementation for Servlets 3.0.
The Java Servlet engine of the GNU-Project. It was designed to be small, fast and easy to use. In designing this way they have separated some of the components out into sub-projects. GNU-Paperclips fully implements the Servlet API version 2.3. [Open Source, GPL]
Java Servlet 3.0 - Latest JSR (Specification)
The Java Servlet 3.0 specification defines what a Servlet container is and how it should behave at runtime. It is developed by the Java Community process.
A commercial application server which allows you to deploy servlets on a variety of operating systems.
SpringSource tc Server Developer Edition
Commercial version of Apache Tomcat with support, tooling and monitoring from SpringSource.
ONJava.com: How Servlet Containers Work
Budi Kurniawan demonstrates a basic Java servlet container. (May 14, 2003)
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