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Getting Your Local Java Development Environment Set Up


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This article shows you how to get your local development environment set-up and ready to start developing for your intranet using Java and JSP with Apache and Tomcat on a Windows platform.
Once you get both Apache and Tomcat installed and working stand-alone, it is time to configure the two to work together. That is, having Apache handle the basic http requests and know how to forward requests for JSP pages and servlets to Tomcat. Before I list the steps needed to do a basic configuration, lets take a look at the directory structures of both Apache and Tomcat as installed above.
This article shows you how to get your local development environment set-up and ready to start developing for your intranet using Java and JSP with Apache and Tomcat on a Windows platform.

This article was originally published on Apr 22, 2002
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