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J2SE 0r JRE 5.0 Download

 
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I had planned to take SCWCD. I want to install j2se in my pc.. I want to know whether i need to download "jre 5.0" or "j2se 5.0 jdk Source Code" from sun site.. Please Give me the Solution
 
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I think we need JDK for compiling the jsp files. so download it from JDK Download
 
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Thanks for your reply. Still i have doubt.i have jdk1.5 , will i need jre or j2se to run servlets or jsp's...
 
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If you have installed the JDK1.5 then you only need webserver like tomcat.
Just download tomcat and install then enjoy the life
 
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Thanks Karthikeyan for your info..

Thanks once again
 
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