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Padmaja Balaji
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I managed to install Tomcat 4.0 and could run all the servlet / jsp examples.
Can u please explain me how to create a folder for my application so that on compilation, the .class files should go to WEB-INF/classes folder ?
(I tried to run "build" under docs/appdev/sample directory but to no effect).
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Padmaja in command prompt it was --- javac -d D:\jdk1.3\myDir sample.java when we were coding in JDK1.3. I don't know if there is some thing else....
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Padmaja Balaji
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Dear Ashik,
Right now, I am putting all the servlets in 'webapps/examples/WEB-INF/classes' dir to compile and run on the browser ( beginner's struggle). Now, I want to create a "myapp" folder wherein the WEB-INF/classes (where .class files go) should be built when I run "build.bat". I am glaring at my computer to set things right for the past two days but of no use .
Did u manage to do this? If yes, please shoot your reply immediately. I am waiting...........
Padmaja
 
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Padmaja, i created a folder named ashik4u in my webapps\root directory and copied all my html files here from where i access servlets at webapps\examples\web-inf\classes directory.
I overlooked ur reply last time so too late now(only i & 1/2 months )....

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Padmaja Balaji
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Thanks for your reply ATLAST. Just back from my vacation, hence the delay in reply. Before going for my vacation, the only thing that I did was to catch hold of a person who in turn contacted his friend in Singapore to help me out. I am reproducing the steps provided by this gentleman (many thanks to him).
Steps :
1) create a new application called myapp under tomcat.
open the server.xml file in the config directory
under the tomcat directory where you installed tomcat.
you will see sample <context> tags used for specifying
application. one of them is the examples application
which maps to the examples directory in the webapps
directory.
copy and paste the tag and specify your own values.
ex
<Context
path=/myapp
docBase="webapps/myapp"
CrossContext="true"
debug="0"
relodable="true"
>
</Context>
2) create myapp directory under webapps and create
web-inf/classes directory under it.
All your jsp, html,images will placed under myapp
directory in the root of subdirectories as you wish
Java Classes and servlet will go under web-inf/classes
directory.
3)test http://localhost:8080/myapp
This may be of help to u.
It took just 15 minutes to sincerely follow his steps but yet to open the servlet books.
Anyway, I am cramming with ASP book to get an opening in the development side. (I may also appear for the second interview next week on ASP, if my assumption is right). Extremely tiring to start another subject, yet I do have no choice. Let me try atleast.
All the very best for your SCWCD exam.
Padmaja
 
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