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Need a big help help in tomcat.....


Joined: Feb 08, 2001
Posts: 3
Hello friends...
My Apache v 1.3.12 is running on port number 80 which is a default port on WinNT machine.And ApacheJserv 1.1.2 is running on 8040 on the same machine.Now i want to invoke a .jsp file from the servlet.So i have downloaded the tomcat 3.2.1 and it is running at 8080..and the servletengine which comes along with tomcat is running at 8007.
All three are running at their respective ports successfully.
Now the thing is....i kept all my .html files in "public_html" folder in Apache and all the servlets in "servlets" directory under Apache.Now i want to invoke a .jsp file which is on the tomcat directory....Is it possible.if so where shall i keep my .jsp file.and what is the url i have to give in the RequestDispatcher("url")....
Is it like
i have already tested with the above url..but didn't got any luck.
If it is not possible to invoke a .jsp file which is running on the tomcat from a servlet which is running on ApacheJserv which is again running on the Apache.....what should i do go get the above architecture.....

Thank you very much for your help.
--Vijay Vangara.
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