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Hi sir,
 
I would like to create JSP-servlet program without NetBeans IDE, how can I do this?
 
Please give me some idea or some basic example.
Posted 4-Nov-11 19:59pm
Edited 4-Nov-11 22:48pm
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SAKryukov at 6-Nov-11 0:25am
   
I wonder, what's wrong with NetBeans?
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Solution 2

You could try Eclipse[^], or, if you really don't like IDEs then just use whatever editor is your favourite.
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RaisKazi at 5-Nov-11 6:18am
   
Yes Eclipse is an alternate. But I thought OP do not want to use any Editor. Any ways my 5. :)
Richard MacCutchan at 5-Nov-11 9:39am
   
Thanks; OP's question asks about doing it without NetBeans (OK, I prefer Eclipse); I don't see a way of doing it without any editor.
harsh25 shah at 5-Nov-11 8:28am
   
ok thanks for reply sir...
SAKryukov at 6-Nov-11 0:26am
   
Right, my 5.
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Solution 1

Not sure why you want to avoid NetBeans IDE which is absolutely Free of Cost.
 
http://netbeans.org/about/press/2036.html
 
Any ways if you want to develop Servlet without any IDE, then below link may help you.
 
http://srikanthtechnologies.com/articles/j2ee/testservlet.html
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harsh25 shah at 5-Nov-11 8:29am
   
thank you so much for given me link ,thanks a lot sir....
RaisKazi at 5-Nov-11 8:37am
   
You are Welcome. :)
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Solution 3

you can create page using your notepad..
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