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Neha Aggarwal
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i m new to j2ee cn anyone temme from whr to get either weblogic server or tomcat server for free.
vicky chauhan
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both are available freely on their respective sites!!
Jaikiran Pai
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Neha,

Welcome to JavaRanch

Neha Aggarwal wrote:i m new to j2ee cn anyone temme from whr to get


For many of us here, English is not our first language. Posts containing text like these make it really hard to understand the question. Please use real words while posting in forums, henceforth.


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Jaikiran Pai
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Neha Aggarwal wrote:weblogic server ... for free.


Haven't looked at the WebLogic server since many years now. But from what I remember, they only provided an evaluation copy for free. I don't know if that has changed recently. Tried to find that information on their download pages, but it isn't very clear about this.

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Jaikiran Pai wrote:Neha,

Welcome to JavaRanch

Neha Aggarwal wrote:i m new to j2ee cn anyone temme from whr to get


For many of us here, English is not our first language. Posts containing text like these make it really hard to understand the question. Please use real words while posting in forums, henceforth.



I'm not sure that was English. English is my first language, and I can't understand that!

Years ago, WebLogic had a deal where you downloaded the product and got a license key. The free developer key would allow no more than 3 IP addresses to connect. Which is a reasonable number for development and testing. If you wanted to upgrade, you just bought the full license key and installed it.

The success of competitive free open-source products has resulted in a lot of vendors providing free "Community Edition" versions of their product. They're generally not as powerful as their commercial relatives, but they're often quite capable. I don't recall if WebLogic has gone that route, however.


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