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Java Servlets on Mac OS X

Track: Programming
Date: Wednesday, October 02
Time:†10:45am - 11:30am

OK, so you know how to program a little Java and want to run Servlets on your Mac OS X machine. Ian Darwin tells you everything you need to know, including installing and configuring Tomcat (the Open-source Java Web Server from the Apache Foundation) as a standalone web server and Java Servlet/JSP engine under MacOS X.

Once itís up and running, learn how to deploy Servlets, JSPs and complete "web apps," as well as how to integrate Tomcat with the Apache HTTPD--you may want to do this for performance reasons or because part of your website depends on software outside of Tomcat's realm. By the end of this session, you'll have (or know how to get) your Tomcat web site up and charging!

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