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Installing J2EE

 
pooja mathad
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Hi All,
I have the J2EE package & the Apache server. plz send me the installation information.
thanks in advance
pooja
 
anjan
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if u r having the instalation bundle from sun microsystem
then it's very simple
point u r browser to http://java.sun.com/j2ee/sdk_1.2.1/install.html#win_soft
OR
fallow this instuctions
1. Run the setup program.
Double-click on the icon of the u r downloaded file, and then follow the instructions provided by the setup program. By default, the setup program installs the software in C:\j2sdkeex.x.x. ( here x is version number)
2. Edit the user configuration script
look for userconfig.bat file it will be in
c:\j2sdkeex.x.x\bin and open it in any text editor
add this two environment entry's
first one is JAVA_HOME, this how u do it
set JAVA_HOME = [ path to where u installed java ]
Ex: if u installed java in c:\jdk1.4 directory
then
set JAVA_HOME =c:\jdk1.4
and second one is J2EE_CLASSPATH
this jenerally needed if u r using any third party JDBC drivers .
add this line
set J2EE_CLASSPATH=[ path to the driver zip file OR .jar file ]
that's all .... if u added j2ee bin directory to PATH Env Variable
u can start j2ee server from any directory from DOS comnsole
by typing j2ee at command prompt
and start deploy tool by typing deploytool
Regards
anjan
 
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