J2EE on Mac OS X
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Posted By:   Hasan_Oen
Posted On:   Wednesday, December 19, 2001 02:17 PM

Is J2EE supported on Mac OS X? If so, does it come with OS X or I need to download it?

I saw the J2EE on sun.com website but Mac is not supported platform. Should I download the one for Linux?


Re: J2EE on Mac OS X

Posted By:   Marco_Sala  
Posted On:   Sunday, January 27, 2002 02:16 AM

Unfortunately Mac OS X.n does not yet support J2EE.

I tried to install the Sun Solaris J2EE Package von my Mac, but the installer shellscript failed.

I know 2 ways to bring J2EE on a Mac OS X:

1. Install JBuilder for Mac Os X from Borland


2. Install the Apache Tomcat Server on your Mac and you have all java classes that allows you to develop servlets, etc.

I choosed the "Apache" way, and it works fine. I also installed the STRUTS Framework on my mac without problems!

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