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Is it possible to run JSP's thru eclispe without installing apache and tomcat...I was hoping that eclipse would contain a small web server internally so that web pages/sites can be run..is this possible?
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I don't think it is necessary to install apache. Instalation of Tomcat on Windows machine is actully very starightforward -
it is probably better to install it.
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if you install MYEclipse by default tomcat server will be isntalled.
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