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Hui Zhao
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Hello, I am new to J2EE.I am going to try the "HelloWorld".
A simple and silly question.
What one should I download?
Apach Tomcat or Jakarta Tomcat?
Are they same or not?

Thanks!
Scott Selikoff
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Tomcat is the same on both, Jakarta is an apache project:
http://jakarta.apache.org/


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