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JSP! Urgent please!

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Hi all,
I want to work with JSP. I have downloaded Java Webserver 2.0 from Sun's web site. I want to download JSP. When look at sun's web site and something called 'Tomcat' is there. I am working on windows 98 , and I have Jbuilder2.0 Please guide how do I install JSP?.
Thanks in advance
William Brogden
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
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The Tomcat server is the way to go for working with the most recent JSP API. The only problem with running on WIn98 is that you must increase the memory reserved for environment variables in the MSDOS prompt window. Click the upper left corner of a MS-DOS prompt window to get the properties dialog. On the "Memory" tab increase the "Initial Environment" to 4096.
To avoid library conflicts, remove the Java Webserver 2.0 jar files from you system.

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