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Cameron Park
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Hi, I already have tomcat(which has ant) installed. Now I want to install J2EE, do I need another ant, or is tomcat's ant sufficient?
Phil Hanna
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Ant is a standalone product. If you have any version (preferably the latest), that's good enough.


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