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Webobjects 5.2 and servlets

 
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I seem to have a bit of a problem running apps that I have created with Webobjects as Single servlet deployment directory. I dont find any info to help me set things up correctly.
What I want to know the following. Do I need to run Tomcat. Is it possible to run it on Mac OS X 10.2. After I have solved this I think I might be able to access my .jsp pages I have created.
 
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Yes, according to a friend of mine, you can run Tomcat on Mac OS X 10.2. Supposed to be quite simple.
 
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