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newbie - working with RHL 6.1 , installing jsdk?

chinnasamy vijayakumar
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Joined: Dec 02, 2000
Posts: 8
hai,
i have RedHatLinux 6.1 with JDK1.2.
I also have Apache 1.3.9 as my weserver.
Now i want to do servlets in my apache ..
what i have to do...
the documentation i found in java.apache.org is
so confusing me..
help me
vijay
William Brogden
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Download the Tomcat 3.2 servlet/JSP engine from jakarta.apache.org - this is the version that is currently supported. There are instructions in the download for using Tomcat with Apache.
Bill
Nick Heudecker
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Joined: Jul 09, 2000
Posts: 52
The Apache JServ installation can be a bit confusing if you're not used to dealing with Apache's "quirks." If you can't or don't want to use Tomcat, you could try the RPM installation and that should have you running shortly.
However, Tomcat is a better servlet engine, and you can use it as the servlet engine for Apache.


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