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- Subject: servlets ( Nov 8, 2000, 18:56:22 )
I installed the Apache Server on a system running
Windows 2000 and everything works fine. I would
like to develop Servlets and JSP pages but I'm not
sure what steps to take. I would appreciate it if
someone could detail how to get Apache to process
servlets (or point me to an existing reference)...
it would be a huge help. The more detail
the better for me; I'm new at this. = )


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