Re: newbie: popular web servers for Windows?
I am a user of Windows XP and I would like to learn Java, espacially JSP,
Servlets and JDBC. I have a question: what are the most popular web
servers for Windows XP working with Java? Should I install Apache, for
instance? So far I was using IIS 5.1, but I was not programming in Java.
Could you help me please? Thank you!
I used Apache. I've never used it on Windows, so I don't know if there are
any differences from the Linux version. It's been a very stable web server
for me, though a bit complicated to configure.
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