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developer notes - How to improve your application compatibility



enable StrictServletCompliance

http://www.tomcatexpert.com/blog/2011/08/03/4-mistakes-avoid-apache-tomcat#comment-4064


  Developing and Deploying on Multiple Servlet ContainersEdit

While it would be ideal to standardize your entire web application stack on one servlet container, the reality is that many organizations use a variety of application servers. In the case where developers are writing the applications on Tomcat, and they may not be deployed on Tomcat, they can avoid future cross-compatibility issues by setting the system property for StrictServletCompliance. This property changes a series of system defaults to follow the servlet specification very strictly to ensure portability. For more information on configuring StrictServletCompliance  see the official documentation.




4 mistakes to avoid on tomcat;

http://www.tomcatexpert.com/blog/2011/08/03/4-mistakes-avoid-apache-tomcat#comment-4064

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