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Simple Qn: Run jsp on NT WorkStation

 
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Guys simple question for gurus. I have a NT Workstation and want to run jsp in it. I have on it Apache Server and Personal Web Server.
What do I have to install so that I can run jsp.
 
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Guys simple question for gurus. I have a NT Workstation and want to run jsp in it. I have on it Apache Server and Personal Web Server.
What do I have to install so that I can run jsp.
In order to run JSP/Servlets on your NT workstation you need the following:
JDK which you can download form java.sun.com
JSP/Servlet Container such as Tomcat =http://jakarta.apache.org/, JRun = Allaire.com
Install jdk and set up the enviromental variables
Install tomcat and configure it (read the documentation on how to do it)
start the tomcat
on your browser type http://localhost:8080/
that should do it
You can also configure tomcat to run with your Apache server or Personal Web Server (i assume its IIS), but that is another story.

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