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Hi, Kindly help regarding where to save all jsp files and html files. I'm using jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1 as my server.And also how can I connect between various html and jsp files when I run it in a web browser?If any documentation is there kindly refer the URL. Thanx Abhay
Hi Mocca, I would like to clarify about what I want...See I have installed tomcat-3.2.1 in my D: drive.I have been able to make a connection with tomcat and can view the tomcat webpage.But the thing which I want to know is like when I write up some .Jsp or .Html file I need to store it some where...so where to store it?Is it in some directory in tomcat or I have to prepare some two or three separate directory for .jsp and .html etc. I have tried some examples to run but it shows some error Http404...Not found....somthing like that.I have defined the classpath to access some database from Oracle8i.After startup, the classpath I defined is like D:\jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1\bin>set classpath D:\jsdk2.0\lib\classes12.zip. But it does not show any results...only the error. But the foremost thing you can do is like tell me where to save all these files. Thanx Abhay
Joined: Sep 04, 2001
If your tomcat install has worked: go http://localhost:8080/ if it's up and running, then search your drives for some of the examples you see on those pages and you'll find them in TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/examples So create your own webapp in that directory (TOMCAT_HOME/webapps), along with associated WEB-INF directory and web.xml if needed and then jsp's fly in there. Good luck p.s. I would try that other thread I looked at it and it looks like a good guide
Joined: Mar 07, 2001
As far as i can see, you haven't even bothered to read post i told you about. Here it is, so try again http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/005712.html Read it and understand what are you reading, otherwise you will just come back here and ask the same question again.