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Just a Clarification

Sean Casey
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If I have j2ee installed, but opt to use TomCat in order to develop servlets, I can use tje servlet package from j2ee right? I don't need to adjust things in order to use the servlet package that comes with Tomcat, right?
Vladan Radovanovic
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Well I think all you need to do is to set a classpath to point to j2ee.jar instead of servlet.jar
Please someone correct me if I am wrong.
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Sean Casey
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That's what I figured. I have j2ee already installed. Someone mentioned that if I was just developing servlets for practice and not to upload them onto the web, then it'd probably be easier on Tomcat than on the j2ee server.
 
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