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  1. #1
    Phil Guest

    Hardware/Software for learning JSP and Servlets?


    Another silly question from the 'Reformed VB/ASP Developer' .......

    I am learning Java and want to eventually move on to Corba, Servlets, and
    JSP. I have an NT Server
    with IIS 4.0 installed on which I learned VB/ASP development, now I need
    to set up for Enterprise and
    Web Java. So ...

    Does Apache Server for NT process Servlets?
    Does Apache Server for NT process Java Server Pages?
    What are the cheapest Web/App servers for NT that will do this?
    Should I install Linux for Servlet and JSP development?
    If Linux ... which Web/App servers will process both these file types?
    What about processing beans? Will any Java enabled web server process Javabeans?
    Are Javabeans just like COM components in VB, and as such reside on any Java
    web server?

    Any ideas about how to set up hardware/software combinations to learn Servlets,
    Java Server
    Pages, and Enterprise Javabeans will be greatly appreciated. And type slowly
    ... 'cause I'm
    coming from a Microsoft development background and I just can't read very
    fast.

    Thanks again folks!
    Phil

  2. #2
    John Timney (MVP) Guest

    Re: Hardware/Software for learning JSP and Servlets?

    get the JSDK from sun and start there. Its a tiny servlet/jsp kit with its
    own web server, it even runs on windows 95 - max benefit - least changes.

    Regards

    John Timney (MVP)


    Phil <phil.holbrook@allectis.com> wrote in message
    news:38cfc652$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Another silly question from the 'Reformed VB/ASP Developer' .......
    >
    > I am learning Java and want to eventually move on to Corba, Servlets, and
    > JSP. I have an NT Server
    > with IIS 4.0 installed on which I learned VB/ASP development, now I need
    > to set up for Enterprise and
    > Web Java. So ...
    >
    > Does Apache Server for NT process Servlets?
    > Does Apache Server for NT process Java Server Pages?
    > What are the cheapest Web/App servers for NT that will do this?
    > Should I install Linux for Servlet and JSP development?
    > If Linux ... which Web/App servers will process both these file types?
    > What about processing beans? Will any Java enabled web server process

    Javabeans?
    > Are Javabeans just like COM components in VB, and as such reside on any

    Java
    > web server?
    >
    > Any ideas about how to set up hardware/software combinations to learn

    Servlets,
    > Java Server
    > Pages, and Enterprise Javabeans will be greatly appreciated. And type

    slowly
    > .. 'cause I'm
    > coming from a Microsoft development background and I just can't read very
    > fast.
    >
    > Thanks again folks!
    > Phil




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