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    Where do I start? ahhhhhh!


    I have been tring to setup a Java work invirionment for too long.

    I was able to install (SDK) and tomcat wich was good. I ran a few test classes and was feeling really good until I tried to set up apache with JServ. I thought things were fine until I tested it and it did not work. I tried to trouble shoot it but I am not getting anywhere. So I was wondering if anyone knew of a tutorial that I could look at somwhere. Any tips of hints or does someone just want to make fun of me, I don't care anymore !! Any tips would help, otherwise I am sticking with PHP.

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    I got sick of mucking around with my it on test machine
    and got JRun developer version and got that working ok

    I have spoken to other people about Jserv and they ditched it and they setup a proxy via apache to point to tomcat.
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    I am as sick or sicker of mucking aroundwith it.


    Excse my ignorance.. What is the diff between (SDK) and JRun developer? Where did you get "JRun developer"?

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    heres a link for proxy stuff
    http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tom...oxy-howto.html

    Jrun is a macromedia product
    the developer version is free (will only serve a few requests at a time)
    www.macromedia.com

    There is also one called jetty, haven't tried it yet
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    Thanks I check both of them out.
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    Try the new kid on the block


    When your sick of dealing with Tomcats bugs try Resin. Its from caucho.com & makes Tomcat look like a tinker toy! Automatic class reloading, full xml config that includes every possible variable you could want, stable as a rock & FASTER THAN BALLS............trust an ex-tomcat user, once you switch you will NEVER go back
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    Thanks


    That sounds good. I will check it out. I gave up on tomcat a few weeks ago. How would I integrate it into apache?
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    I would try Resin, but two things made me think twice and not download it:

    1.) The word "Demo"
    2.) They think mod_perl and mod_php are servlet engines... not the best sign of server-side intelligence IMO.

    Besides, I have had absolutely no problems installing and running Tomcat... integrates almost-well with Apache too
    Click here and wait. It's a kewl effect, trust me.
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    About Resin - I do not know if it is all that effective, but it is obviously not a home tool, prices range from $500 to $3500 (link)

    About installation java on apache, probably the best thing for you is to read official docs on http://java.apache.org or http://jakarta.apache.org (which are merging btw). Jakarta has pretty good mans, and as a matter of fact devshed has an article on installing and using jsp with apache. Read it, it is little outdated but gives you general idea.
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    You really need to read the whole thing folks


    Resin is FREE to download & install on your developer machine. The $500 you read on that page is for a commercial server lisense..... For those of you that dont thinks its effective....well you keep having fun with Tomcat & its bugs a plenty........us Resin developers will just sit back & laugh our butts off at you. Plain & Simple........Resin BLOWS Tomcat out of the water without even trying....once you try it you'll NEVER go back!
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    Originally posted by sLiPkNoT rUlEz
    I would try Resin, but two things made me think twice and not download it:

    1.) The word "Demo"
    2.) They think mod_perl and mod_php are servlet engines... not the best sign of server-side intelligence IMO.

    Besides, I have had absolutely no problems installing and running Tomcat... integrates almost-well with Apache too

    Where does it say mod_perl and mod_php are servlet engines, it says it outperforms mod_perl, mod_php and other servlet engines, meaning that in addition to mod_perl and mod_php, it outperforms other servlet engines.


    Resin is free for development and for small start ups with neither funding or income.
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    Re: Where do I start? ahhhhhh!


    Originally posted by Paulblo
    I have been tring to setup a Java work invirionment for too long.

    I was able to install (SDK) and tomcat wich was good. I ran a few test classes and was feeling really good until I tried to set up apache with JServ. I thought things were fine until I tested it and it did not work. I tried to trouble shoot it but I am not getting anywhere. So I was wondering if anyone knew of a tutorial that I could look at somwhere. Any tips of hints or does someone just want to make fun of me, I don't care anymore !! Any tips would help, otherwise I am sticking with PHP.


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