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    Hi All,

    Just a question. I've got the Firepages.au apache/php/mysql thing running just great, but I wanted to know if there is any easy way to install a free (open source) JSP engine w/OUT recompiling because I find myself compilerless.
    I'm sure there is a module for it somewheres (there's always a module for it somewheres), could anyone point me to where it would and how to install it?

    Thanks

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    If you visit http://java.apache.org and look for Apache JServ you will need to install it (It can be a pain sometimes but it's easier then TomCat) then you will need to find GNU JSP and install that as well (The instructions are good) then you will be set for using JSP.
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    So GNU JSP is better than Tomcat, I was having a hell of time getting Tomcat running on win98 because of the limit to the autoexec.bat file. I really want to learn servlets and JSP but I can't seem to get a development environment working on my win98 machine. I have Apache JServ working okay with apache but the JSP server part is killing me.
    Please don't PM me with questions.
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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy Karl's Avatar
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    Apache JServ and GNU JSP is much easier to get working than Tomcat (It's a good idea but has a long way to go yet).
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    hmmm...I suppose I should get the JSSI as well?

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