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Help on making my first servlet?

 
Xavi Villalta
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I'm new to Java EE, so I would be very appreciative is someone could walk me through on how to create a functional servlet and then put it up online so that it can communicate with regular java classes (if that's possible, still confused on how it works).

Basically, I need to have a servlet that handles dynamic text files or a few sets of Strings. Someone told me that a Properties object paired with a servlet would be a good place to start. Anyone care to show me the ropes?
 
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There are many books available, as well as scores of online tutorials that will show you how to set up a basic servlet. You should also read through the Servlets FAQ.
 
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