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where to go for servlet development kit download

 
amit shukla
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hi all.
i'm a bit :consused: can smebdy plz tell me ? i have jdk1.2.2 with me . so is it possible to download servlet development kit separately ... thanx..
 
krishnaraj kalimuthu
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hi everybody,
i too need jsdk.
i couldn't find it in sun' site http://java.sun.com/products/servlet

pl help. how to download jsdk 2.0 or 2.1 or 2.2
- krish
 
maha anna
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Hi amit, krishnaraj ,
For future support and other help we should go for Tomcat. I also hung up with jswdk for long time, but lately decided to use Tomcat since Sun has turned over the jswdk to Apache. Tomcat is reference implementation of jswdk from Apache. So go for Tomcat.
For instructions on download and installation, Satya's post will help.
Satya's Tomcat installation instructions. http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/000598.html
regds
maha anna
 
Ivor Evans
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I was wondering if it was possible to get the latest JSDK and use it with JRun. I presume Tomcat is a servlet/web server. I just want to use a new feature of the servlet extension (namely adding headers to a response) and I find it hard to believe that I have to use a different servlet/server !!
Any help would be much appreciated
Thanks !
 
Detlev Beutner
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You will find the 2.2 spec as well as a link to tomcat here and the older specs 2.0 and 2.1 here.
Hope it helps
Detlev
 
Ivor Evans
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Thanks for that Detlev - got there in the end!
It seems that Jrun 3* supports the latest JSDK API
cheers,
Ivor
 
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