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nilima komala
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Joined: Mar 03, 2005
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Hai!I have just registered in this site and I am new to java. How can i run servlets on tomcat.
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Paul Sturrock
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Well, the Tomcat user guide is a good place to start. Try going through that and post questions about anything you don't understand.


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Lee Barney
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Joined: May 07, 2003
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Generally the process is to:
1. create your servlet or obtain an existing one.
2. place the servlet code in the webapps directory.
3. call the servlet from your browser.

Do you have an existing servlet either as the appropriate directory structure or a .war file?
 
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