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Server needed for win'98

Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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I am trying to install any server application over my Win '98 system with 64 MB Ram. I would like to know any compatible server App. so as to run servelets, JSP & EJB.
Is it possible if so I would appreciate your advice & help in this regard.
Any dowload site or so
Thanks a lot,
Ganesh C.
Edgar Sanchez
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 21
With 64 MB RAM you will get a pretty decent servlets & JSP development environment with products like:
Tomcat (jakarta.apache.org)
Resin (www.caucho.com) I like this one!
EJB will very probable need more RAM in order to give you any reasonable speed (at least 128 mb), you can try:
jboss (www.jboss.org)
Orion (www.orionserver.com)
Best of luck!
maha anna
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Joined: Jan 31, 2000
Posts: 1467
I am using Tomcat3.1. It is free and good. It supports the lattest servlet and jsp APIS (Servlet2.2 JSP1.1 jdk1.2.2) also and can be installed in WIN 98. What I like is the 'build' tool which comes with it. It is like a 'makefile' which auto compile the new resource files and automatically deploys in the server directory locally and we can easily test the appln using a browser as front end. But it doesnot have auto reload of servlets. But this is not needed when we start. It also can create a ***.war file which is basically ONE ZIP file of our WHOLE appln. THis is useful when we try to upload OR pass it to someone else to host it. I do this practice and found it useful. Since many free servlet/jsp web host services online now-a-days support Tomcat3.1, we can take advantage of this. www.webappcabaret.com is free servlet/jsp web host and has Tomcat3.1 servlet engine.We can develop the web appln locally and deploy it easily online.
regds
maha anna

[This message has been edited by maha anna (edited October 13, 2000).]
Vladan Radovanovic
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Joined: Mar 20, 2000
Posts: 216
If You want to do some EJB(servlets and JSP too), You can download JRun from Allaire.com
Vladan
Balki Dhar
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Joined: Dec 15, 2005
Posts: 18
Hi Maha
tomcat 3.1 has auto reload feature for servlets. But it does not reload automatically when the servlets are in frames. See my other postings regarding this.
Balki Dhar
 
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