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Anonymous
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What is the difference between jsdk and jswdk? In order to work with on servlet programming, do i need to have both.
Let me know,
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Only one. But the smart download IMO is the JSWDK which in addition to Servlets, supports Java Server Pages which is the latest technology. I'm not saying is "best" but latest. I like Servlets better but JSPs have something for the non Java coder AKA HTML coder.
Although you CAN embed Java code in JSPs, the more elegant way (IMO) is to use Beans instead, which would be controlled or scripted from the JSP.
To recap, download the Java Server Web Development Kit and forget about the Servlet kit.
It is a very small (less than 1MB) download.
 
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Thanks Tony, I had downloaded the JSWDK before, but somehow i messed up with the classpath. If i download JSWDK, do i need to put the tools.jar file in the classpath. Initially i had set the classpath according to their README.txt file, but did'nt work. Could you please let me know how to set the classpath for JSWDK in detail.
I would appreciate u'r help!
Thanks,
 
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