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If you're running Microsoft IIS, and you aren't sure whether the Servlet Engine or Application Server configuration is best for you, we recommend using SE AS (unless you have specific reasons to use SE ISAPI).

If you're running Apache, please use ServletExec/AS

Just download the version you need, install, and you're up and running!

ServletExec supports two basic configurations:

  1. Out-of-process Application Server
  2. In-process Plug-in

ServletExec Application Server, an out-of-process web application server that includes web server adapters for deployment with Microsoft IIS, NES/iWS/Sun ONE/SJSWS and Apache.

  • ServletExec/AS 2012 is available for Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.
  • ServletExec/AS 6.0 is available for Windows 2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000 and various UNIX platforms, including SPARC Solaris, Linux, HP-UX and AIX.

ServletExec Plug-in, an in-process web server plug-in that adds high-performance servlet and JSP support to Microsoft IIS, Netscape Enterprise Server (NES), iPlanet Web Server (iWS) and Sun ONE Web Server.

  • ServletExec/ISAPI (SE 5.x, 4.x only) is the plug-in servlet engine for Microsoft IIS on Windows 2003/XP/2000.
  • ServletExec/NSAPI (SE 5.x, 4.x only) is the plug-in servlet engine for
    NES/iWS/Sun ONE on Windows 2003/XP/2000 and SPARC Solaris.

Looking for ServletExec 6.0 ISAPI? Please read this FAQ first: #364.

ServletExec Application Server

ServletExec Servlet Engine
  • runs as a standalone process, separate from the web server
  • greatest architectural flexibility
  • enhanced safety (process isolation)
  • multiple Java VMs per web server
  • ServletExec starts/stops independently of the web server
  • runs within the web server process (loaded as Windows DLL or UNIX .so)
  • single Java VM per web server
  • ServletExec starts/stops automatically when the web server starts/stops

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