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Mike Southgate
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I'm new to servlets and jsp. I need to choose a server to use. I want to be sure to spend most of my time learning servlets and jsp, not how to run the server. Which one should I use? I'm considering orion and Tomcat, any others that should be on the list?
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Malhar Barai
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Originally posted by Mike Southgate:
I'm new to servlets and jsp. I need to choose a server to use. I want to be sure to spend most of my time learning servlets and jsp, not how to run the server. Which one should I use? I'm considering orion and Tomcat, any others that should be on the list?
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Hi
I would recommend TOMCAT, been using it, & its quite good working at.
hth
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Vijay S. Rathore
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You can use J2EE server.
But if learning is the only objective don't run after many servers. Use any one server you are comfirtable with.
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/
[ July 29, 2003: Message edited by: Vijay Singh Rathore ]

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Mike Southgate
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yes, I want to settle on one and only one (at least for a little while) the only thing is: which one? I didn't realize J2EE HAD a server component! Shows you how much I know about this...
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