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Asif Hussain Shaikh
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how do i know my istalled sdk have servlet extesion or wether i have installed j2ee platform?
in my controlpanel it shows me that i have installed J2SE development kit 5.0 update 15.

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Asif,
You don't install servlet/j2ee per se. You can install a server like Tomcat or JBoss that comes with servlet/j2ee. Or you can just download jars for the APIs so your code compiles and then deploy it to a server elsewhere.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
Asif,
You don't install servlet/j2ee per se. You can install a server like Tomcat or JBoss that comes with servlet/j2ee. Or you can just download jars for the APIs so your code compiles and then deploy it to a server elsewhere.


I am struggling with javax.persistence.* does it has a jar as if yse how to import it in my program.
 
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It is an API in the jpa.jar. Do you have a server locally? If so, which one? The answer to these questions will help us tell you where to look.
 
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