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Where does the J2EE fit in the scene.

 
Nazmul Huda Sarkar
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Hello ranchers
I'm new in servlet, jsp....etc..
If I have J2sdk1.4.0 and Tomcat4...do I need J2sdkee1.3.0 ??? I mean..can I compile servlet by j2sdk1.4.0 ?
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Mike Curwen
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Because you have Tomcat 4, you have what you require to compile servlets (and Tomcat has what it needs to compile JSP's as well).

In Tomcat's common/lib directory you'll see servlet.jar. Add this to your system CLASSPATH (or your IDE's way of recognizing 'library jars') and you can compile servlets.

By the way.. the J2EE download (j2ee.jar) *also* contains servlet.jar, but you do not need this download for plain servlets.
 
Nazmul Huda Sarkar
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Thanks a lot Mike :-)
[ March 03, 2002: Message edited by: Md. Nazmul Huda Sarkar ]
 
ang yin
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Originally posted by Md. Nazmul Huda Sarkar:
Hello ranchers
I'm new in servlet, jsp....etc..
If I have J2sdk1.4.0 and Tomcat4...do I need J2sdkee1.3.0 ??? I mean..can I compile servlet by j2sdk1.4.0 ?
Regards
Nazmul
SCJP


I think the Tomcat4 is enough for your jsp and
servlet
 
ang yin
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I think the Tomcat is the easiest tool for study.
 
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