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Brian Mulvany
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Hi
I have created a servlet which is linked with a html form and the value entered in the form is passed to the servlet. The servlet then uses this value as the runtime paramater for a set of java classes that searches CD Wow's webpageand returns the results depending on what is searched for.
I have done all this in JBuilder. The Servlet and Parser classes are in two different packages.
I want to know how do I get this to work on a webpage, like by using Tomcat for example. In the folders JBuilder creates for the project there are an awful lot of files and I dont know which ones I need or where exactly to store them.
Any help greatly appreciated
Thanks
Brian
 
Lee Barney
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Are you saying that you have this working inside of JBuilder and you are wondering how to make this available via a browser?
 
Brian Mulvany
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Yes Thats exactly what I am trying to do
 
Adeel Ansari
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Have you ever done with tomcat before? if not then first go with some simple examples, then you will automatically know what you need to do with your existing app.
 
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