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Will Sun J2EE 1.4 server run on MacOS X?

 
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Does anyone know whether Sun's J2EE 1.4 server will run successfully on a Mac?
Sun distributes only Windows and Linux installers, but presumably if it's pure Java it should run on a Mac too?
 
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Use JBOSS, JRUN, or TOMCAT
Yes, The Sun Reference Implementation DOES work,
just follow the Solaris installation instructions, but download the Other UNIX tar file.
 
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Excellent, that's interesting to know. It seems as if a fair amount of UNIX stuff will work, albeit with a little tweaking for the Mac specific environment.
 
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