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    A package using jsp, tomcat, mysql. IS THERE ONE!

    Hi Guys,

    I am new to web development so wanted some clarification on whether there is a package that can be downloaded which consists of: jsp, tomcat server, mysql database. Avoiding the need to download each of these Separately.

    I know there is a package like WAMP and EasyPHP but these use php.

    If anyone knows any.

    Thanks Guys

    al1
    Last edited by al1; Feb 8, 2009 at 06:37.

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    I don't know if there are any "minimalist" bundles, but Netbeans, Eclipse, and I imagine other IDEs too, come with them.

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    Just go grab "core servlet" book. It'll teach in baby steps.

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    Netbeans includes a Tomcat web server (or Glassfish), JSP (even PHP) and I think it also includes MySQL. It is a really easy and well integrated package. I think you should give it a try!

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    As far as I know there isn't a package like WAMP where it's all integrated. I've always got them separately so that you can be specific as to which versions to use based on your current production environment. MyEclilpse has a lot built in but it's not free and I don't believe it includes an actual DB, just connectors. Please let us know if you find anything!

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    Hi,


    Netbeans 6.0 and above version give you a combination of jsp and tomcat server. you have to separately get mysql.
    Netbeans give good functionality to attach mysql with netbeans.

    Netbeans is a open source product.
    For further detail check out www.netbeans.org



    thanks,
    kunalraj


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