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please dont overlook this question. Will tomcat work in xp home edition?

babu hiran
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Kindly someone tell me if tomcat works in xp home edition? i am a beginer and wanted to know this badly.
Paul Sturrock
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Yes.


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David Ulicny
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I'm running Tomcat in XP home edition, no problem with it.


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Pavan Tummala
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Tomcat is not IIS


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Tomcat is not IIS


No one said that it was. What's your point?


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Ulf Dittmer
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Probably that IIS will actually refuse to be installed on the low-end Windows versions (like XP Home).


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Ah! That makes sense now.
 
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