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Hi,
what are the minimum system requirements to run servlets, jsp and webservices
I have a laptop
Acer aspire 5750z-4835
win 7 home premium
intel pentium B940 proc
4 GB DDR3 memory
500 GB HDD

will this system configuration enough to run servlets , jsp and webservices


please help

thanks
 
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madhu v pe wrote:Hi,
what are the minimum system requirements to run servlets



As per my information you need Linux CentOS 5.2 32bit or Windows 2003 OS, Apache 2.x web server, Apache Tomcat Application server, Railo 3.1.1 Open Source CFML Engine, 1.7 GHz Prozessor der neueren Generation Hardware, 1GB Ram and Integrated database.
 
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madhu v pe wrote:Hi,
will this system configuration enough to run servlets , jsp and webservices



I have production webserver machines that are considerably less well-equipped than that, so yes, it's enough. At least as long as there's no additional bloatware on the machine.
 
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