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I've used wampserver for serving PHP requests.

Now I want to use jsp,is it possible for apache?

Otherwise I have to install tomcat,is there a wampserver alike tool out there?

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Java Server Pages can not be interpreted by Apache httpd directly. You have to install a Servlet container like Apache Tomcat or Jetty which you can connect to Apache httpd via mod_ajp or mod_proxy.

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Oh seems complicated to use apache to server jsp.Is there a wampserver alike tool for tomcat? – apache Mar 22 '10 at 10:37
This here sounds interesting: It also allows to make calls between PHP and Java code. I haven't tried it yet, but I would, if I had to integrate PHP with Java. – Chris Lercher Mar 22 '10 at 10:48
I don't want to install database,java,tomcat manually,is there a tool to automate the setup ? – apache Mar 22 '10 at 10:55

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