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Hi! Friends,
I have been asked to use Servlets, JSP and EJB using SAP Web Application Server (it's basically SAP implementation using Java). Don't know much about SAP. Couldn't find much on the net also. Can anyone guide me about the same. I have used these technologies on Weblogic and JBoss.

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-Navin.
 
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Using servlets/JSPs/etc. on SAP Web Application Server should be just like using the same technologies on WebLogic etc.
The only difference should be in how the server is configured -- something your documentation should tell you (it's a commercial product so I suppose you should have some documentation?).
 
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