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invoking servlets from JVM.
Joined: Jul 02, 2001
Jul 14, 2001 05:48:00
For running a server (say JSDK2.1) is it necessary to have the complete JDK installed or just a JVM is sufficient.
If JVM is sufficient then how do we do it? And if not why is JVM not sufficient?
Thanks in anticipation
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
Jul 14, 2001 18:10:00
As long as you don't want to run
, the JRE package should be enough. A JVM by itself can't do anything, it must have minimum library files. See the JRE documentation on java.sun.com
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subject: invoking servlets from JVM.
Use JSDK2.1 to Test Servlet
WAS v3.5 or v4.0
Error: Package javax.servlet not found
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