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Servlet Config in Forte

Sophia Choi
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
Posts: 106
As I use Forte CE as my testing tool, however; I don't know where I can put my So, the page can't be found.
I wrote 2 files. A html file was placed in main directory and had a in WEB-INF/classes.
Do anyone know how to config and make the Servlet works ?
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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Forte is based on something that as far as I know is unique to itself - the so-called "filesystems", which can be actual file directory trees, Java archives or source-code management subsystems.
Your best best is to read the Forte help file and use the Forte "wizards" and it will handle things for you. I found their organization a little confusing myself, but if you let it do things the way it likes, all will work out in the end.

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