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Standard or Enterprise JDK1.3 for JSP

 
Sampath
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Hello All,
I am new to JSP. I have installed Java 2 Standard edition v 1.3 on my win 98 machine. I have also installed Tomcat 3.1 and I am able to run the examples from it. I was just wondering whether JDK1.3 standard edition would suffice for running JSP or whether I need to upgrade to J2EE platform. Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
Raj.
 
Frank Carver
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Standard Edition with Tomcat is fine for Servlet and JSP use. Enterprise Edition provides a selection extra facilities, primarily Enterprise Java Beans, but also Servlets and JSP, but Most Servlet containers (including Tomcat) assume that you have only the Standard Edition, so include all you need for Servlet and JSP .
 
Sampath
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Thank you Frank.
 
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