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Not using Maiin()

Anto Telvin
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Joined: Aug 12, 2008
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I understood that every servlet is a java class only ..But why we are not using any main() to start the loading of class ?


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Bear Bibeault
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main() is used to start applications, not servlets.

P.S. please fix the typo in your subject.
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benjamin muktesh

Joined: Jul 01, 2008
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The main() method acts as an entry point to the java program.
The servlet container takes care of this in case of a servlet.
Do a bit of reading on java class loaders.
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