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Where can I find JSDK2.0?

Veena Pointi
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I wanted to download JSDK2.0 on my system.But couldn't find it on sun's web site....can anybody suggest which is the latest version of java servlet API?
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Veena


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William Brogden
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As far as the latest servlet and JSP APIs are concerned you get the JavaDocs with Tomcat 4.0 and you can download PDFs of the standards from java.sun.com. Sun has re-organized packaging on many related APIs - what exactly do you need besides the servlet and JSP?
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Sri Kor
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Veena Point,
If you are looking for Java Servlet Development Kit, I guess, Sun is offering 2.3 and 2.2 versions only and at,
http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/download.html
I think Sun is not using the term JSDK any more.
Thanks,
Srikanth


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