Alam, If you are working in a Windows environment and want a "quick" solution, I would suggest the BEA WebLogic server solution. I was asked by my employer to install and evaluate it and was very pleased. It only took an hour or so to install and setup and I was developing/testing JSPs on it shortly ofter that. Enjoy, Robin
I have to agree. The WebLogic server is easy to install, comes with a 60-day evaluation license, and is well documented. It's built on 100% java. You can have it fully installed and serving JSPs in under an hour. The download link is: http://commerce.bea.com/downloads/weblogic_server.jsp
Originally posted by Alam Vin: Thank you, Simon. Your suggestions were of great help. I would like to learn about EJB in J2EE environment. May be I have to choose any one of IBM's WebSphere/BEA WebLogic/IPlanet etc.