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william, need your help for VERY basic doubts

 
chetan nain
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i have some very,very basic doubts. please spare some of your tim e to clear
these:
1. in order to deploy servelts onto a site, is it necessary that we
should have a java enabled server.?? or can we just link to the
servlet from a webpage, on click of which the servlet will be invoked?
2. on running the startup.bat file. on my tomcat, i get an error message in a dos window such as
nvalid ConectionHandler or something . why is this. ,y server isnt starting
up

please help me
chetan
 
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"1. in order to deploy servelts onto a site, is it necessary that we should have a java enabled server.?"
Since a servlet is a Java program that runs on the server, of course your server has to be Java enabled.
"2. on running the startup.bat file. on my tomcat, i get an error message in a dos window such as nvalid ConectionHandler or something . why is this. "
There are lots of reasons for Tomcat not starting. I spent days tracing one that sounds like this. It turned out to be due to a JAR file left over from an earlier installation of JSDK.
I recommend that you temporarily remove the @echo off from the startup.bat and tomcat.bat files so you can see complete error messages.
As a general rule, when asking for help, specify the operating system and JDK version you are using. It sometimes makes a big difference.
Bill
 
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thank you for the help
when you face d the same problem, how did you rectify it?
could you explain step-by -step please
 
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