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Which is the exact location to download jsdk please tell me

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Unless you have a particular reason to want to use obsolete software, it is strongly recommended that you use a download servlet container such as the reference implementation "Tomcat", from http://jakarta.apache.org/ or my personal favourite "Resin" from http://www.caucho.com/ .
 
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sir,
thank you very much.I will try what you have suggested.
I am following the Java 2 complete Reference by Patrick Naughton.
(Third edition) he talks about JSDK. I am a beginer to the field.
I have done some programing with Applets for which I am using
Jdk1.2.1.I want work to in servlets too. Could you kindly give me some insights.Also could you tell me which source/books
can I refer for database connectivity ?
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I'm glad I could be of help.
For database reference I use "Database programming with JDBC and JAVA" from O'Reilly. It's useful, but I have only read three Java database books, so I can't claim it's the best.
 
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