Java Servlet SAPI
The Java Servlet SAPI builds upon the mechanism defined by the Java
extension to enable the entire PHP processor to be run as a servlet.
The primary advantage of this from a PHP perspective is that web servers
which support servlets typically take great care in pooling and reusing
JVMs. Build instructions for the Servlet SAPI module can be found in
While this code is intended to be able to run on any servlet engine,
it has only been tested on Apache's Jakarta/tomcat to date. Bug
reports, success stories and/or patches required to get this code
to run on other engines would be appreciated.
PHP has a habit of changing the working directory. sapi/servlet will
eventually change it back, but while PHP is running the servlet engine
may not be able to load any classes from the CLASSPATH which are
specified using a relative directory syntax, or find the work directory
used for administration and JSP compilation tasks.
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