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Question about deploy my class file?

avseq anthoy
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I used eciplse and Lamboz to create a Lamboz J2EE Project.
This my file structure.

All my SimpleBean project is in the C:\eclpise\workspace

first:
I type these code in Tomcat conf/server.xml


second:
I typed http://localhost:8080/index.jsp
Right!The correct appearance in the monitor.

third:
I add these code in C:\eclipse\workspace\SimpleBean\SimpleBean\WEB-INF\web.xml


and put my all .class in /classes/test(as above picture)
but why I can't find the correct class file?

[ July 02, 2005: Message edited by: avseq antohy ]

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Parag Mirja
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I haven't worked with Lomboz yet. But the screen shot shows the "j2src" as empty and you have this entry.
<Context path="/SimpleBean" docBase="C:\eclipse\workspace\SimpleBean\SimpleBean" workDir="C:\eclipse\workspace\SimpleBean\j2src" debug="0" crosscontext="true" reloadable="true"></Context>


Has it got to do anything with that?
 
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