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Selecting & configuring the server

 
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Hi
Can someone please tell me what server can I choose for using servlets and how to configure the server.
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For maximum learning - get the free Tomcat server from jakarta.apache.org - it includes examples, JavaDocs and the source (100% Java)
For questions of configuration - an absolute must is the Java Servlet API - that you can download from java.sun.com - with the release of the 2.2 API, Sun nailed down specs for configuration of web applications that had previously varied from one server to another.
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