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Learning Servlets

 
Srikanth Devaraju
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I am certified Java programmer. Currently learning Servlets. I have a PC at home(Petinum II with Windows 98).
I want to write some servlet programs and test them. I probably need a web server simulator on my PC. Do any body know such kind of web server available. I heard that Apache has one such kind. If it is true, then where I should download and how to install and configure. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Srikanth.
[This message has been edited by Srikanth Devaraju (edited November 20, 2000).]
 
Sandeep Jain
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There are many web servers available .How ever u can go for either apache or javawebserver .Later on upgrade urself for tomcad and jrun.
You can get the Apache webserver and Apache Jserv from the below mentioned URl. http://www.tecchannel.de/freeshareware/netz-tools/357/
JavaWebServer http://www.sun.com/software/jwebserver/try/index.html

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Frank Carver
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If you are looking for a good, standards-compliant, free, and easy to install Servlet server, you have several choices. Tomcat is the definitive standard, but Resin is usually considered easier to install, faster, and includes some useful XML and XSL support too.
We get a lot of installation and support questions for Apache/JServ, Tomcat and Sun's JavaWebServer, but far fewer for Resin and JRun, despite the large number of people using them - so the latter two would seem to be easier to get running.
 
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