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your setup to develop servlets?

 
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Just curious. Over at the Cattle Drive, the servlets section asks to install Orion and then the j2ee sdk. For us mac-challenged, this particular setup continues to be less than straight forward.

So I was wondering what y'all use for servlets development? Is there anyone out there developing servlets on a mac who's not using Tomcat?

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I use Tomcat, but have also gotten Resin to work without any difficulties whatsoever.

For my IDE, which I only use for editing, I use IntelliJ IDEA.

I build at the command line with Ant.

Database is PostgreSQL.
 
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