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Hi Raukutam Sandeep, thank you for your reply. I did all things means copy to servlets directoy and public_html. And i given url http://localhost:8080/servlet/hello.class.but result is page cann't be displayed. my doubt is can i use servletrunner.exe or httpd.exe. and another is in place of "localhost" can i give any another name like ipaddress. please clear all these doubts. and also send me path settings for servlets and jsp. thank you jyothsna.
yes, u can use either servletrunner.exe or httpd.exe for running the servlets. With the latter, u actually start JavaWebServer. Did u copy u'r .class file to servlets directory? Pls, would u furnish u'r Servlet code, so that I can tell u where the error is? U can mail me at email@example.com In the place of localhost, u can give the ipaddress of u'r system(if it is standalone, u can give 127.0.0.1) And localhost is the name of u'r machine. U have to give the name, which u have configured in the network(DNS) settings. Send u'r servlet code, then I will tell where u got the problem. regds, Sandeep.
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Hi Raukutam Sandeep, Thank you very much sandeep. i got both servlets and jsp. main problem is my java web server expires thats why i can't run my programes. but i installed again. now i can do both. again thanks. Thank you & have a great day jyothsna.