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JSP and Apache!

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Hi,

If I want to use JSP as my developing language, what do I need to install at my apache web server?

Install Apache JServ is enough or not!

Thanks!
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Apache JServ is not enough for running JSP ..you will need to install other modules also. insted i would suggest you go in for Tomcat.. Tomecat is a JSP/Servlet engine and works with apache.
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Download tomcat 4.1 from Jakarta.com gives you better response.
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