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From Edoardo Panfili <>
Subject Re: Fwd: J2EE on Mac
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 07:53:29 GMT
Mighty Tornado ha scritto:
> Hi,
> I installed Tomcat on my mac OS X and it's running. I also have Eclipse
> Europa. Now I don't think I have J2EE installed - How do I do it?
You can download different eclipse packages, "Eclipse IDE for Java EE 
Developers" is more comfortable.

> I went to Sun's website and it gave me an archive with GlassFish which I
> don't need.
> Can somebody please tell me where I can download the latest J2EE for Mac?
Seems also to me that is necessary to download all the bundle. You can 
download it and don't use glassfish.

> What I need to do to compile servlets with it in Eclipse?
You don't need J2EE to develope servelts undex OS X, simply insert (in 
any way, IE: right-click on you project, select properties, in java 
build path, libraries) jsp-api.jar and servlet-api.jat that you can find 
in lib folder inside tomcat installation.

If you are building a new project, I think you can use "Dynamic Web 
Project" in "Web" Category.


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