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El Mostafa Jaouhar
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Joined: Dec 29, 2003
Posts: 1
I want to have as hypertext link for my server, http://localhost:8080/mydir/servlet/myServlet
I added a context called mydir, but it doesn't work!
can you helpme!


El Mostafa JAOUHAR<br />SCJP
Frank Carver
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Joined: Jan 07, 1999
Posts: 6920
For us to help, I think you'll need to tell us a bit more about what you are using, and what you have done so far.
  • Which servlet container?
  • Have you checked that it is installed and running right for other web applications? (does it have a "demo", for example?)
  • How have you "added a context", and where have you put it?
  • Did you know that the .../servlet/... style of mapping is not a good idea and has a lot of problems?
  • How have you arranged your files and directories in your new "context"
  • Do you have a WEB-INF/web.xml file, and if so, what does it contain?
  • anything else which might be of interest?


  • Thanks.


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