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A Beginner to JSP

 
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Hello friends,

I am new to JSP and this forum too. I am done with SCJP and heading towards JSP Servelets. Never wrote a little program in JSP or Servelets, I would like to know what would i need to run JSP program. I have downloaded NEtBeans IDE 5.5.1. do i need to do any settings for Server ? please can anybody tell me how would i start working on that . or do i need any other tool to run JSP.

- I really appreciate your help and suggestions.
- thank you
 
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If you already have Java then all you need is a servlet container that has support for JSP.
Apache Tomcat is one of the most popular.
It's open source so it costs nothing to download and use.

Personally, I don't recommend using an IDE until you're comfortable setting your container and have written, compiled, and deployed a few web applications without one. Production environments won't be wrapped with an IDE and it's important that you understand how to configure and debug an application without relying on one.
[ July 12, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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Hi Ben , yeah in fact thats the good way to start and to get self comfortable. Actually i downloaded from Jkarta PRoject , could not find any .MSI or EXE to start run. do you know how do you do that ? from command prompt. i have http 2.2.4 Server APACHE. but don't know how to get it worked ? can you please elaborate a bit ?

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The Apache Web Server is a different project and is not for Servlets/JSP.
I'm going to move this to our Apache Tomcat forum since it is more about installing Tomcat than JSP.
 
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Assuming you're running a Windows system....

Go to this page:
http://tomcat.apache.org/download-55.cgi

Under "Core" download the Windows Service Installer, double click it, and it will walk you through the whole installation.
 
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