Proprietary application server vs. open source application server

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what is a proprietary application server and a open source application server?

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Open source is when you have access to the actual code that is running the system. You can usually get the code from the internet. This allows you to integrate other code easier.
    Proprietary is just the opposite. You do not have access to the actual code. Usually there are APIs available to do the functions that you require.
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  • tharik123
    Thanks Charlie..I still have a lot questions...
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Well after you do your research and come up with your list off questions, please come back and let us assist you.
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  • tharik123
    what are the duties of an application server and ho does it differ from web server??
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Have you done any research yourself?
    If so, what have you found out?
    We can add to it.
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  • tharik123
    Im new to all this.. I believe the work of an app server is to communicate information and share the database from the client and system. There are proprietary tools and open source ones.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    You are correct
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