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No tomcat

 
Arijit Daripa
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I have j2eesdk-1.4; But no tomcat (package???) is there. How to proceed.
To work in Servlet & JSP which more things will be needed?
Thanks in advance........

[ October 19, 2008: Message edited by: Arijit Daripa ]
[ October 19, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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I think the J2EE SDK contains the Sun Java System Application Server, which also includes a servlet container. But it may be easier to use Tomcat instead, if you're only interested in web stuff (which is probably the case, since you posted in the SCWCD forum). Google for "download Tomcat".

By the way, a single exclamation at the end of a sentence is considered sufficient.
 
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I have adjusted the subject for you. Please avoid excess punctuation.
 
Arijit Daripa
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Well! I shall be careful since now.
 
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install JDK and apache-tomcat to start coding servlets and jsp.

see if this could help you, Configuring & Using Apache Tomcat
 
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