Porting from Windows to Macintosh?
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Posted By:   Taher_FB
Posted On:   Monday, October 15, 2001 02:32 AM

Hi All,

My company wants to develop an application using Java, JDataStore and Oracle 9i using Windows os and Jakarta Tomcat. If the application is to be transferred to the Mac OS X, wat issues can be faced. How does one deploy java servlets/jsps on the Mac OS X?

Can i install Jakarta Tomcat for Apache Web Server on Mac and go ahead with it?

Please let me know....

Regards,

Taher

Re: Porting from Windows to Macintosh?

Posted By:   Benjamin_Cramet  
Posted On:   Sunday, December 30, 2001 02:41 PM

Yes you can install Tomcat on your Mac. go to http://developer.apple.com/internet/macosx/tomcat1.html

Do U have an Intership for me I am an JAVA servlet/jsp system analyst ?

mail to : bino@netcourrier.com

Re: Porting from Windows to Macintosh?

Posted By:   Shai_Almog  
Posted On:   Tuesday, October 16, 2001 03:03 AM

MacOS X has JDK 1.3 implementation that is pretty buggy (but decent). The new "free" OS 10.1 has an improved 1.3.1 version.




This is J2SE not J2EE! You can install tomcat/jBoss etc... However apache comes preinstalled and I have no idea how Tomcat connects to the existing Apache (I work on a different port).




Bottom line, its Java and it works out of the box. In order to do a "Mac style" point click Java application you need to use the bundled tools but its all really trivial.

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