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    bloodfire Guest

    JSDK


    i have a big problem in my project, i have to configure the java
    server and launch it but i don't understand what i must write in the configuration
    page.??
    please help

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    faulborn Guest

    Re: JSDK


    "bloodfire" <bloodfiree@caramail.com> wrote:
    >
    >i have a big problem in my project, i have to configure the java
    >server and launch it but i don't understand what i must write in the configuration
    >page.??
    >please help


    Hi!

    You don't make yourself very clear. With JSDK you probably mean the "Java
    Servlet Development
    Kit". In this case you may want to install an Apache Web Server together
    with JServ, JSDK 2.x and
    an JDK 1.1.7 or later (for example). Apache and JServ are available from
    http://www.apache.org,
    JSDK 2.x from http://java.sun.com and JDK 1.1.7 or later from http://alphaworks.ibm.com
    in case
    you are using Linux, http://java.sun.com in case of Solaris or Windows. If
    you just need a testing
    environment, you don't need the Web Server.

    However I may point out, that if you didn't even get this far, you should
    bother trying. You also
    are not likly to get anymore help from this discussiongroup since this help
    would consume
    volumes of pages. A recommend reading the help at the sites above, which
    are reasonably
    good.

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