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I want to install Tomcat 4.0. Do you need to download both "" and "" on my Windows ME ? I found that if I only download "" , in the /lib/ it doesn't have "servlet.jar" file so the javax.servlet package can't be recognized. But, when I download the "" and unzip it, its "lib" has the "servlet.jar" file with it. Why is Tomcat 4.0 like that ?
Plus, for Tomcat 3.2 , after I unziped it. I found the "webapps" directory but there is no "ROOT" directory under it and thus no subdirectory like WEB-INF/classes under them. Can I just create them by myself. I tried and it seems works.
Please help me clarify this also.
Thanks !!
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