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JSP Basics Beginning-level questions on JSP. More advanced coders should post to Pro JSP.
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 I have install Java Web Server Developer Pack 1.3 on my computer
Do I have to Install another tool to execute my first JSP.
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Old July 2nd, 2004, 09:18 AM
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I dont quite understand your question. To make a web application work you will need a Web Server like Apache Tomcat or something. Plus the Java Runtime. That should do the trick

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