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where can i download the servlet debugging tool and other debugging tools and how can i use it?

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hi dear friends where can i download the servlet debugging tools and other debugging tools.please send answer as possible as soon.
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Go to sun: www.javasoft.com and go to the section labels downloads, api, and documentation, and there, you can choose the java servlets.  There you can download what you need

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Oh, on how you can use it, in the jswdk (that is what you'll be able to download when you go and look up servlets), there are extensive examples and documentation.  This includes a small web server that you can use on your machine to test your servlets.  (This is an executable file found in the main directory where you install the jswdk).

By the way, when you go to the products, api, and documentation page, choose servlets from the drop down list box.  (Actually, the url is: http://www.javasoft.com/products/servlet/index.html).

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good luck!

Laminamia :)
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hi laminamia,
    i have asked about the debugging tools i did not asked about how to run it and so and so.please give the information about how to debug the servlet.that means how to find it out whether my code is standard or not or it will give any problems in the features or not.please send the servlet debugging tool and also send how to debug it as possible as soon.


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There is a suggested way to debug servlets using the standard jdb debugger.  Go to the following link where it gives a detailed explanation of how you can use the jdb tool for servlet debugging. (you may need to create a developer username and password for the java developer connection to view the link).
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http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/JDCBook/servlet.html

I would include more information here, but the example at the site explains better the debug process.

If you get stuck in the debugging, drop me another comment with the place you are stuck.

Good luck!

Laminamia :)
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