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I have the source for a java server side script. It only tells how to compile it on linux or debian. Are there any tools for windows that will do this? It says that once compiled it uses tomcat.

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Ok, I'll try to clarify. I found a script online that uses Tomcat. But I could only find the source download. I downloaded a zip file full of files with the extension .java and a readme file. The readme says that before you can use the script you must compile the .java files. It gives commands that you can use to compile them if you're using linux and have python installed. What I need to know is how to compile them on windows.

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I do not program .jsp pages but i do know Java cause i take the class in school. First of, if the file is a .java file, then that is the source. I do not know if it is a web script, but if it is, then possibility is that tomcat will be able to compile it for you. If it isn't then you may have to compile it using a Java editor. I prefer JCreator. If you are suppose to compile it into a .jsp page, then i have no idea what to do...

 

I will get Derrick to come here and help you. He does .jsp and is the one who is helping with the testing of the plugins. :rolleyes:

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It is a webscript. It compiles into a java servlet that can be run on any server running tomcat. I presume that is a .jsp.

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I am sure it should run, unless there is something you have to do to a .java file... :unsure:

 

After the Tomcat 5 plugin is out, i will tell you so you can test it :rolleyes:

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Thanks. I'll let you know if I find anything else. So basically I should just have to install the tomcat plugin, and when I access the .java files through a webbrowser it will compile them like with php?

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