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How to install frameworks in the JVM used by Tomcat?

prajal Mehta
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Hi,
I am trying to run a JAVA 3d sample program using Tomcat Server.
i'm using this link- http://www.btconsulting.ch/btcmain/index.php?id=5

It says--

Step 1 : WEB-Server Configuration - Enable J3D and JAI for your WEB-Server:

The procedure to enable the Java 3D and JAI frameworks within an Application (WEB) Server is (for Tomcat at least) quite simple and consists in ensuring that the 2 frameworks are installed in the JVM used by the Application Server


I do not understand what does the autor mean by ' 2 frameworks are installed in the JVM used by the Application Server'

Please could anybody help?

[ July 15, 2008: Message edited by: prajal Mehta ]
[ July 15, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
William Brogden
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Wow, that is real gibberish. "Installed in the JVM" takes the cake

If you are going to use ANY additional libraries in a Tomcat installation you have to pay attention to how Tomcat locates classes. A typical tomcat installation usually includes a file "class-loader-howto.html" under webapps/docs that will fill you in.

NOTE: You will also have to make sure that your compile environment can find the libraries - this is a separate problem.

Bill
 
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