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How J2eeSDK, J2SDK, JDK are different

 
K Sujit
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Hi All,
When I wanted to download java using which I can compile and run servlets, I see so many options like J2eeSDK, J2SDK, JDK etc. How are these different.
Does javax packages come with the JDK.
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Sujit
 
Rusty Shackleford
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Servlets is part of the EE JDK, but you do not need it to write, compile, run servlets. Java SE JDK + Tomcat will get you started.

EE is for enterprise apps, and will have a lot more then you will probably ever use.

Here is a link to a preconfigured Tomcat version that is set up to run on your computer. http://www.coreservlets.com/Apache-Tomcat-Tutorial/#Preconfigured-Tomcat

There is also some good tutorials here as well.
 
K Sujit
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Thanks Rusty, I need to know how the J2SDK, J2EESDK and JDK are different.
 
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