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Can't I use J2EE on win98?

 
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Just now I read J2EE is not supported on win98.Does this mean it is not at all possible to work on J2EE on win98 platform?
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I don't think that you can say "J2EE is not supported", J2EE is a set of APIs and what you have to look at is the application server implementation (like JBOSS).
I don't see a reason why you can't use Win98 for development, I don't think anybody would want to use Win98 for production purposes though (even development on Windows NT technology has advantages).
 
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Peter,
Please go through this link which is J2EE FAQ.
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/doc/information/faq.html#w98
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Hi,
Are you talking about the J2EE Reference Implementation from Sun?
If so you need to modify some of the batch files to get it to run.
Take a look at the J2EE FAQs
Cheers,
Steve
 
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