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Tryin' to catch a buzz-buzz

Carol Murphy
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I have been trying to download the J2EE SDK but I'm having problems connecting to the site, so I haven't done it yet. I noticed my options were J2EE 3.0 or J2EE 1.2.1. Neither of these mentions Windows 98 as a supported platform. Do I need Windows 2000 for this? I hope not!
Lance Finney
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I installed 1.2.1 on Win98 without trouble. Perhaps the need for 2000 is in other packages, I don't know.
Marilyn de Queiroz
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I used 1.2.1 on Win95. It worked fine.
I'm currently using 1.2.1 on Win2K. Works fine.
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Greg Harris
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i have 1.2.1 on win98, 2000 and ME. no problems. i thought the same thing you are when i read the comments on the download page, but i installed it anyway and it works fine.


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Johannes de Jong
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I've got J2EE 1.2.1. installed and running perfect on Win 98 Carol.
Pauline McNamara
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Hi Carol. I'm missing something, I think. What's the connection between "tryin' to catch a buzz-buzz" and downloading that stuff?
Michael Matola
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The assignment gives a simple servlet called BeeServlet that you can use to test whether you have everything with orion set up correctly. It prints out "a-buzz-buzz ..." in you browser.
Carol Murphy
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Thanks y'all! It's up and running. Now I'm busy wranglin' this first Servlet!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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