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Sample Project

Dilip kumar
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Joined: Oct 16, 2000
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I'm creating a review System with following specifications.
01. A JSP screen ( logon.jsp ) to accept user first name, last name, e-mail address and lan id.
02. A Servlet ( ) to connect to database using JDBC-ODBC to verify user details.
03. A JSP screen ( questions.jsp ) with several questions and answer choices. "Save" button on this screen stores all the answers in Java Beans.
04. A Servlet ( to connect to database and store all the data from Java Beans.
I have jdk in c:\jdk1.2.2 and tomcat in c:\jakarta-tomcat. I was wondering about the proper place to keep JSP files, .java and .class files. Do I need to make any changes in web.xlm ? Really appreciate your suggestion.
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