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servlet ......a simple problem

Anonymous
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i have installed jswdk-1.0.1..
i want to call a servlet through a html page..
my question is where to store the html page....
to get desired output...
incase of pws we store im wwwroot of inetpub...but in case of
JSWDK-1.0.1 ..WHERE DO WE STORE HTML PAGE
William Brogden
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As I recall, that is covered in the documentation that the JSWDK installs.
Why are you working with jswdk 1.0.1? Sun turned over development of the reference implementation of servlets and JSP to the Apache organization. jakarta.apache.org
This project, known as Tomcat, is easy to install and supports the latest APIs.
Bill
prakash muthu
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hi
I think you suppose to copy your class file into examples->web-inf directory. other wise let me know the directory structure of jswdk1.0.1
with regards
prakash
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Prakash.M<BR>Bangalore- India<BR>(prakashem@rediffmail.com)
jam bingo
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raj,
first, Tomcat is NOT easy to install, only advanced users familiar with Servlet configuration files and .XML should attempt it.
second, jswdk is not the environment in which you want to learn how to run a Servlet engine. download JRun from Allaire, the demo version is full featured up to 5 users, so it works great for testing.
third, once JRun is installed just stick your servlets under the "servlets" subdirectory under JRun
fourth, code your HTML pages to point to the JRun servlets subdir like this: "http://mycomputer:8080/servlet/SomeServlet"
fifth, be aware that the subdir under JRun will be "servlets" but your HTML code <href> and <form action= > tags will point to "servlet"...
hope this helps...
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