But bear in mind that that is an old version if the Servlet API. The current version is version 2.2, and version 2.3 is in draft form and partially implemented by some servlet containers. Unless you have a particular legacy reason to use version 2.1, I would strongly suggest using 2.2, and a servlet container which supports it.
Hi Frank, Thanks for your reply.... Where to get latest version of JSDK. I browsed Sun's site, i didn't get it. I really don't know what is the latest version. The version currently i am using is JSDK2.0 which doesn't supports request dispatcher. I would like to use this feature in my project. Can help me in this regards please. with regards, Raghavendra Holla,
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Sun have stopped development on the Servlet Development Kit, and given over control of the reference implementation to the Apache Group. To use later versions of the Servlet and JSP APIs you need to get one of the servers which implements them. You can download the reference "Tomcat" server from http://jakarta.apache.com/ . Many of us prefer to use other implementations - I use Resin, available free for development from http://www.caucho.com/ , which seems easier to install, is usually faster than Tomcat, and includes some useful XML/XSL functionality.