JBoss Web is a variation of Tomcat and is thus mainly a servlet contains (handles web applicartions).
JBoss AS is a full-featured Java EE application server that includes, among many other things, a stripped-down version of JBoss Web to handle web applications (JSPs, servlets, etc).
JBoss AS comes with a number of prebuilt configurgations, one of which is named 'web' and provides a servlet container (the stripped-down JBoss Web) and JCA (for example, datasources for database eccess). Note that this configuration does not implement the full Java EE spec.
Thanks for the information i have anothe question, the WAR aplications that are built with jsp files, where are the best place tu run under the TOMCAT or the JBOSS AP ??? o you need to use both.
Thank you very much
You can run WARs under Tomcat, JBoss Web or JBoss AS. I usually run them in the 'web' configuration in JBoss AS.
JBOSS Web 3.0.x uses a striped AS 6.0.x for servlet and jsp just put them in a war file and copy the war in server/default/deploy.
JBOSS Web 3.0.x already supports Servlet 3.0 and JSP 2.2.