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I have this old java application which I am trying to refactor, this has some import statements like

import com.sun.server.PropertyConfig;
import com.sun.server.ServerParameters;
import sun.security.AuthContext;
import sun.security.ssl.KeyStore;

Where do I find jars which has these packages?

Thanks for any help.

satish
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by:girionis
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AFAIK they are part (at least the first two imports) of the Java Web Server:

http://wwws.sun.com/software/jwebserver/redirect.html

but they are subject to change.
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I think they are all part of the JWS.
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by:satishgi
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Thanks for your Info.

Can we download trial version of java web server , all I find is patches for jws on sun .

Thanks
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I am afraid it is discontinued as from version 2.0. http://sun.systemnews.com/articles/36/3/sw/3278
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Thank you :)
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