Sure. There are lots of implementations of servers which run servlets and JSPs (my current favourite is Resin, from www.caucho.com) which will run on Windows 95/98/NT. I haven't done much with EJBs myself, but the Sun j2ee sdk is available for download, and I'm sure there are several others. In general, any server which is written in pure Java should run on Windows with no problems.
I installed Resin1.1 and tried to tun server by the command "httpd" at resin1.1/bin. It popped-up a menu w/ 2 choices for START/STOP and a button for QUIT. Now, How do I start the server.... if I select START choice and press QUIT(does nothing..no message saying server is running). If I select STOP and press QUIT(says server closed). Any tips on testing my configuration. Thanks in advance.
Joined: Jan 07, 1999
It's actually a lot easier than that, even though the dialog is non-standard. As soon as the stop/start/quit buttons are visible, the server is running. To stop it, just click the "stop", choice, to restart it, click "start". Whichever option is selected shows the server status. To stop the server and quit the controller, click "QUIT".