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:confused: Info reqd for jsdk installation: urgent

 
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Hi all.
I've downloaded jsdk api class files in the form of a ZIP file after unzipping i got a file named servlet.jar after that how to proceed plz lemme know.
also if i'm trying to install it with double click on the downloaded icon it makes the computer hang Plz help.
 
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I really suggest working with the Tomcat server from
http://jakarta.apache.org/
It has better documentation and examples. Sun intends for the Tomcat server to be the "reference" version of servlet and JSP technology.

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after downloading the API class files i'm not able to locate servletrunner plz tell me what may be the problem...
 
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Hi,
Iam also using jsdk to execute my servlets. the JAR file that you have got after unzipping the zip file should be added to the classpath. it contains the necessary classes for servlets to be executed.
you will find two files -- startserver.bat, stopserver.bat to start and stop the servlet engine respectively.
(or)
you might have a servletrunner.exe filw which will execute the servlet engine in the bin directory of the jswdk root directory.
Hope this helps.
Please come back to me if you want any more details.
My mail-ID is prabhu_vc@yahoo.com
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Thanx a lot Prabhu.
 
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Thanx william . problem is i have win98 & not NT .. so cant use Tomcat.. am i rite
 
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Tomcat runs fine on Windows 98. Give it a try.
 
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