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Dynamic Web Sites with XML, XSLT and JSP (2/4) - exploring XML

Dynamic Web Sites with XML, XSLT and JSP

Software

As mentioned earlier, the basis for our approach is a JSP-enabled Web server. We use for our example the popular and easy to install Tomcat servlet engine, the successor of the well-known JServ engine in the Jakarta project. It provides, besides the servlet container, also a runtime environment for JSPs. The big advantage of Tomcat is that it can be operated in stand-alone mode and therefore as a full Web server as well as with dedicated Web servers such as Apache, Microsoft Internet Information Server and Netscape Enterprise Server. Since Tomcat is written in Java, it requires a Java runtime version 1.1 or higher. To set it all up:

An example follows.

Produced by Michael Claßen

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Created: Aug 15, 2001
Revised: Aug 15, 2001