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J2EE on Win 98

 
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I am eager to learn J2EE and would appreciate advice on what development environments I could use on Win 98. Javasoft's J2EE downloads seem to demand NT/2000. I currently have Apache and Tomcat installed (if that matters).
TIA
 
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AHA!! From Sun:

Q: Is J2EE supported on Windows 95/98/ME?
Sun: We do not officially support Windows 95/98/ME. You will not be able to run be able to run J2EE 1.3 on Windows 95/98/ME without some tweaking in the batch files. There is a workaround for running J2EE 1.3 Beta 2 on Windows 95/98/ME. Please refer to http://forums.java.sun.com/thread.jsp?forum=13&thread=21673 for more information.
 
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I have copies of Orion (www.orionserver.com -- free for development, not deployment) and JBoss (www.jboss.org). Neither one has great documentation or super fun tools, but they work (most of the time).

Originally posted by Bryan Timmins:
I am eager to learn J2EE and would appreciate advice on what development environments I could use on Win 98. Javasoft's J2EE downloads seem to demand NT/2000. I currently have Apache and Tomcat installed (if that matters).
TIA


 
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