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JSP Beginner - Need Help

Tejas Kansara
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Joined: Dec 14, 2000
Posts: 38
Hello friends,
Well, I am fresh with JSP. I would like to know where to store .jsp files, .class(bean files), etc if I am using JavaWebServer2.0
Can anyone make it clear for me.
Thanx in adv.
Raja Shekhar
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Joined: Apr 02, 2001
Posts: 49
just store in in public_html directory...

kichu kichu
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Joined: May 10, 2001
Posts: 59
Hello Tejas,
In Javawebserver, u store the .jsp files inside -->public_html Folder
classes are stored inside-->classes Folder.(Make a package inside classes and then in our bean file call that package).
But if u do not mind,i would recommend u to use Tomcat server instead of javawebserver-->
1.It is more robust and stable.
2.Sun had announced EOL(end of life) of java web server,which is
this month(MAY 2001).After this it will no longer be available.
vaibhav punekar
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Joined: Jan 20, 2001
Posts: 134
Why do you not use Tomcat instead?It is suppossed to be the next version of Java web server.Almost all the people use tomcat and you will get abundant of problems as well as abundant of help.I think 25 of the posts in this forum are related to Tomcat only.You might ve observed it.Anyway it is the public_html where we store JSPs.

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