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priya shankar
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Joined: May 12, 2003
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Hi all
I am using Tomcat3.2...when i try to run struts examples ,i couldn't find the file Httpd.conf...
In the install guide it has been told to install Tomcat with Apache ...i have installed only Tomcat3.2...

Nuv what i have to i install Apache seperatly or is there any Tomcat server with Apache ...if so Pls let me know the URL...
Gregg Bolinger
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You don't NEED Apache Httpd. Tomcat has it's own web server. By default, after starting tomcat, use http://localhost:8080 to access it. To access the samples use something like http://localhost:8080/webappname/jsppage.jsp replacing webappname and jsppage appropriatly.
Hope that helps.

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