What does the Apache Tomcat server do ?

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  • River Brown
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    Ok. Thanks all.​

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  • Emerson Abby
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    The target section of the file is compiled. The file is copied to the deployment folder when it is published. Tomcat detects a change in a class file and reloads the context, the web application is restarted.

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  • Hallie Russell
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    The target section of the file is compiled. The file is copied to the deployment folder when it is published. Tomcat detects a change in a class file and reloads the context, the web application is restarted.​

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  • Emerson Abby
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    When the Tomcat server starts, what happens?

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  • Clara Smith
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    Tomcat is a web server and a container for Servlet/JavaServer Pages. It's frequently used as an application server for web-only applications, although it lacks the full set of capabilities that a Java EE application server would provide.

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  • Jamie Lee
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    Tomcat isn't a comprehensive application server because it just serves as a Web server and a Servlet container.
    Tomcat's full name is "Apache Tomcat," and it was created in an open, collaborative environment and released for the first time in 1998.

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  • Emerson Abby
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    Tomcat is used for Java web applications that do not require the entire Java EE requirements but still require a trustworthy tool.

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  • River Brown
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    What does the Apache Tomcat server do ?

    What is its purpose?
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