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Old 15th January 2011
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Default Tomcat 7: Apache Servlet Container declared stable

From http://www.h-online.com/open/news/it...e-1169867.html

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With version 7.0.6, released earlier today, the developers of the Tomcat Servlet Container hosted by the Apache Software Foundation have issued the first stable release of the 7.x branch. The Java technology fully supports the "Servlet API 3.0" (JSR 315) specification.

Other specifications supported by this new version of Tomcat, which has long been awaited by many developers, include the JavaServer Pages 2.2 described in JSR 245 and the JSP Expression Language (EL); like Servlet 3.0, these components are part of "Java EE 6" (Java Enterprise Edition), which was finalised in December 2009.
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