I bought some webspace on Linux server with domainname say, www.somename.com. It had two directories: "cgi-bin", "servlets". The servlets directory is a link to "/www/htdocs/servlets/somename/ " where as the root directory for the website is "/www/htdocs/somename". I copied my class files to the servlets directories(which run fine on local machine). It gives me 404 error when accessed with the url "http://www.somename.com/servlet/classname.class". What is wrong with it?
Hi, Check whether you have registered the servlets. Check whether your servlet classes are in the classpath. your url should be like this http://www.somename.com/servlet/myservlet where myservlet is the alias name of the servlet. ------------------ Prasad [This message has been edited by Prasad Charasala (edited November 06, 2000).]
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