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meena latha
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Hi all.Recently i completed my SCJP certification,now i wanted to learn about servlets and JSP.I dont know anything about this.When i went through one website www.murach.com,there it has been said that i need to install Tomcat ,Textpad editor for a stand alone application.
I dont know from where i need to start.Can anybody give me a clear idea about what tools do i need to download that will help me to learn from my own PC.
[ March 08, 2005: Message edited by: ramya jp ]
 
H Wilson
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You have come to the right place. I'm sure you already have the j2se from the Sun web site. You also need the j2ee APIs.

Go to
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/download.html#sdk
and download the j2ee SDK.

Then go to:
http://jakarta.apache.org/site/downloads/index.html
and download Tomcat.

You can use the text editor of your choice, but I do like TextPad.

You really must have a copy of Head First Servlets and JSP. Many people here agree that it's the best place to start learning server-side Java. Other good books include Core Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages by Marty Hall and Pro JSP by Apress!

Good luck!
 
Ben Souther
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If you're using Tomcat, there is no need to download the J2EE package.
Everything you need is included with Tomcat.
 
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