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how to invoke all servlets

Anthony Karta
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I just installed tomcat 5 and create very simple servlet and then put it in *default* examples folder of tomcat installation. but browser couldn't find it.

should I register every servlet to web.xml? I found it's annoying - need to restart tomcat.

how to setup tomcat so that it will run all servlets in a specific folder?

thanks all
tony


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Sonny Gill
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Check out Invoker Servlet


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Anthony Karta
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Wow GREAT and concise explanation.

I never know if javaranch has FAQ page. Thanks Sonny for your info.

Tony
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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