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I want to download j2ee, the latest. I don't know is it 1.5 or 1.6? I want to compile my servlet, jdbc, ... files. I have tomcat configured and it is displaying the welcome page. So I want the link to download the thing required to compile j2ee files. What is it called? j2ee runtime? j2ee SDK? I already have downloaded java_ee_sdk-6-web-windows. But I guess it has only that glassfish server and not the thing required to compile j2ee files. I don't want any server or IDE coming along with it. I already have many of those plus my internet connection is slow. So what should I download?
 
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Nothing.
 
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Thank You. But then from where i.e. from which directory will I compile my j2ee classes? I don't know glass fish server. When I installed it (what I considered j2ee but found to be a server) there was only a directory named glassfishv3 and in that there is no j2ee. Yes, in start menu there are options but all for that server.
 
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Search through the GlassFish directories - somewhere in it are all the jar files you need. It's not a question of "from which directory to compile", it's a question of properly including all required jar files in the classpath.
 
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