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June 6, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:34pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun Microsystems Inc is now shipping its Java Web Server 1.0. Written entirely in the caffeinated language by its JavaSoft Inc unit, the server includes the Servelet API, a way of extending the product by writing server-side applets. Sun says the product comes with HTTP 1.0, proxy and load balancing capabilities. There is a free Servlet developer’s kit and Servlet Runner testing tool on the website. Sun has no plans right now to bundle it with any of its hardware. It’s available now for a 120-day free trial, after which Web Server 1.0 costs $295 for the version including Secure sockets Layer (SSL); $95 without SSL.


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