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    Tomcat/JServ comilation


    Hi,

    I am having a problem figuring out the proper way to compile Tomcat.
    It says in the documentation that I need to have JServ installed first. When I issue a configure command for JServ, it complains that it can't find JSDK2.0. I don't think I have on my system.
    Where do I download it from?
    Also, what is the purpose of JSDK? I was under the impression that Tomcat was supposed to provide the same functionality.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Hi,

    The JSDK is the Java Software Developers Kit - it provides the needed libraries for the compilation of Java code, as well as the compilers used.

    The JSDK can be downloaded from many different places, but I usally get the one from Sun ( http://java.sun.com/j2se/ ) if I am running it on my Windows PC or from IBM if I am running on *nix

    Also, I wouldn't use mod_jserv I would use mod_jk as it supports the apjv1.3 spec, take a look at: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tom...doc/index.html

    I hope this helps you,

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