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Solaris OS

 
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Hi Friends,

This is not an appropriate forum to post this. but i didnt find where to post it.

I need to develop an application in jsp,servlets in Solaris OS, but i am kid in that OS i dont know A,B,C ... also in that OS.

please can any help me how to manage Solaris OS and how to build a java product in this OS.

Your replies helps me a lot...please

Bye
 
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It is just the same as on any other platform, what application server are you using?

Cya
 
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Sunesh,
We have a Linux/Unix forum on this site (Solaris is a flavor of Unix).
Of all the forums on this site, that would be the best but "how to manage Unix" is a bit of a hefty subject for a web forum.
You may want to take a trip to the book store or start looking for Unix tutorials on the web.
 
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Moving to Linux / UNIX...
[ May 05, 2006: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]
 
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Hi Friends,

Can any one say how to insatll classpaths..etc in solaris OS

Bye
 
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