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When i'm using servlet the client reqiure java installed?

 
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In other words the client need jdk for using my web?
the visible part will contain only client side language like html css and js...and i'm using jsp...
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Short answer: No
Long answer: Your JSP/Servlet will typically respond with html which your typical client (browser) already knows how to interpret and display. As such you do not need Java installed on your client
Of course if the page served by the JSP/Servlet has an applet embedded inside it, then you would definitely need java installed on the client
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:Welcome to the Ranch.

Short answer: No
Long answer: Your JSP/Servlet will typically respond with html which your typical client (browser) already knows how to interpret and display. As such you do not need Java installed on your client
Of course if the page served by the JSP/Servlet has an applet embedded inside it, then you would definitely need java installed on the client



I'm using no applets, so if i develop a web with servlets and jsp, and for the client side im using html css and js the client/user will need no jdk for sure??
its important
 
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Wasn't Maneesh's short answer very clear on that?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Wasn't Maneesh's short answer very clear on that?


i'm ust want to be sure by the way i open the thread on jsp forum too becuase this question ask for both and i didnt know whree exactly to open it, sorry and thanks
by the way there is a website you know that develop with servlet and jsp??
 
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yarin asu wrote:

Ulf Dittmer wrote:Wasn't Maneesh's short answer very clear on that?


i'm ust want to be sure by the way i open the thread on jsp forum too becuase this question ask for both and i didnt know whree exactly to open it, sorry and thanks
by the way there is a website you know that develop with servlet and jsp??



www.naaptol.com uses servlet,jsp (follows MVC) and hibernate...
 
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