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Development Environment for SCWCD

 
jerry sharma
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hi all !

dear friends pl can you suggest me the working envirnment for the prepration of SCWCD exam

i means the what are the following versions to be used

1) JDK
2) Tom cat
3) Which windows platform

i will be thankful to you for this

with best regards
 
Christophe Verré
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Tomcat 5.X and J2SE1.4.X will do.
Any Windows not 20 years old
 
Daniel Dalton
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I doubt the JDK matters much as long as it's at least JDK 1.4 - in other words it probably won't hurt to run tomcat on top of JDK 1.5

You need Tomcat version 5 (i.e. whichever supports Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0) or you could use any other container that supports the same spec levels (e.g. Sun AppServer 8.2 or Apache Geronimo etc).

As far as windows version goes - anything that will run the above will do - I have XP.
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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hey jerry

For setting up TomCat refer Mart Hall's website.
I recommend you to take the pain of installing tomcat, its really worth

Thanks
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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hey jerry

For setting up TomCat refer Mart Hall's website.
I recommend you to take the pain of installing tomcat, its really worth

Thanks
 
jerry sharma
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hi all!
thanks a lot for suggestions.
Niranjan please can you give me the full url of Martt hall's web site
i am not able to find it.

thanks a lot
with best regards
jatinder
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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hi jatinder

here is your link http://www.coreservlets.com/Apache-Tomcat-Tutorial/
it took me about 2-3 days to get going with the tutorial nad get my tomcat up and running.this tutorial has enuough directions to install tomcat

revert back to me if you have any issues, i will try to solve !
 
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Although I strongly recommend the basic JDK for SCJP exam, for the SCWCD exam you may find Netbeans a good option. It comes with Tomcat built in, i.e. zero configuration out of the box. And it allows debugging and will parse your WEB.XML on the fly for errors. I know all the arguments against using an IDE for programming but this seems like a huge winner.

You should also learn how to use stand alone Tomcat.
 
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