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Servlet path in the Action tag

Kishan Kumar
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Joined: Sep 26, 2000
Posts: 130
Folks,
<FORM NAME="TIMESHEET" METHOD="POST" ACTION="getTimesheet">
In this line the request goes to a servlet called getTimesheet.
My doubt here how to find out the path of this particular servlet,ie., where in the server does this servlet file resides.
Is it server specific, Is there any property file attached to this which specifies where to search.
I am using enhydra application server and i do not know anything about it.
Thanks in Advance,

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Regards,
V. Kishan Kumar


Regards,<BR>V. Kishan Kumar
ram mohan
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Joined: Oct 17, 2000
Posts: 68
First of all well come to the Enhydra Club
In web servers Servlets are saved in the servlet zones.By changing the zone property files we can add servlet zones.eg : In apache web server the default servlet zone is servlets.What I said so far is about apache web server.I am not quite sure of other web servers.
When it come to Enhydra things r bit different.In Enhydra u better go through the examples first.if u still have problem then contact me.I will help my best.ram_mohan_1@yahoo.com
I too new to enhydra but know somthing
 
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