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is this web.xml representation correct??

Yell Srik
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Joined: Mar 10, 2004
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In Eclipse (ver:2.1.2), i create a new tomcat project and named it as
MyProject. i changed the default location of this project to
/opt/tomcat/webapps from /root (/root is the default folder on my system)
now i create a new package say MyPack by right-clicking on MyProject and choosing New>Package. immediately in Eclipse, the package is created. on this package, i click on New>Class and in the editor i type my servlet code(MyServlet.java). now while creating the web.xml for this servlet, how are the tags<servlet-class> and <url-pattern> be specified or is the following correct:



thanks in advance and waiting to hear from you.
[i am using tomcat5.0 with sysdeo tomcat plug-in. the eclipse and tomcat are installed in the folders: /opt/eclipse and /opt/tomcat]
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