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Atlast I am successful in starting J2EE server. I do not understand why I need to connect to my ISP provider to be able to run J2EE server. Thatz after my long..long try!!!
Is anybody working on EJBs on J2EE server ?.
I'm having problem w/ running delploytool!!!. The tool is not working at all. I have set all the parameters in BAT file as per the instructions.
Is that because of my system config ? I've 233MHz, 64MB RAM windows 95.
I'll certainly appreciate any help from this forum and pl. suggest if u come across any good server to my config.
Thank you.
 
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The J2EE you set up runs on YOUR system, not your ISP's. I have no idea why you need to contact your ISP to run J2EE unless somehow you installed it there or they already had it running for you to use, both of which are highly unlikely. As far as I understand though you need Windows NT or 2000 to run J2EE, I don't think it will run on 95 or 98. Regards, Joe
 
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