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Where to Download JavaWebServer & Jakarta Tomcat

 
Doshi Milan
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Hello Friends,
I would be very greatfull if someone can give me the URL`s from where I can directly download JavaWebServer and Jakarta Tomcat.
Thanks in advance
 
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DON'T download Java Web Server - Sun doesn't support it.
Sun transferred all development of servlets and JSP to the Apache organization - jakarta.apache.org is the URL you want. There are Sun and IBM engineers working on this project, not a bunch of hobbiests.
The current development version is 4.0 beta(5?) - in addition to supporting the Java Servlet API 2.3 and JSP API 1.2, it supports HTML 1.1 - Tomcat is where the action is.
Bill

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Thanks a lot Mr Williams,
Can you please tell me from where to download the complete Jakarta Tomcat Server (3.2 , I guess ?).
Your help is highly appreciated,
Regards,
Milan
 
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Like I said above, go to http://jakarta.apache.org/
(the main page for Tomcat news, etc)
On the left you will see a category "Downloads" - click on "binaries" and you will get to page:
http://jakarta.apache.org/site/binindex.html
scroll down to the section: "Release Builds"
and pick Tomcat 3.2.2 for the most stable version implementing the 2.2 API for servlets, 1.1 for JSP.
OR - if you are feeling adventurous - go to "Milestone builds"
and pick Tomcat 4.0(beta 5)
Bill
 
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