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servlet handling in iplanet webserver

 
anamika
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i'm trying to run the servklet on the iplanet webserver .. but it it gives the error "invalid url".I don't know how to configure the iplanet webserver so as to execute the servlet.please help me .
 
Vikas Aggarwal
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I don't know much about the IPlanet server but I have worked with its previous version named Netscape Application Server. And still there are a lot of things similar. In NAS we keep all of our JSPs/Servlets in the
c:/Netscape/server4/nas/APPS/<project-name>/
So to run them we use path on the browser...
http://<server-name>/NASApp/<project-name>/<jsp-name>
Originally posted by anamika:
i'm trying to run the servklet on the iplanet webserver .. but it it gives the error "invalid url".I don't know how to configure the iplanet webserver so as to execute the servlet.please help me .


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Vikas Aggarwal
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Frank Carver
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"anamika",
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