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melvin corbes
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Hello Guys I am new Member here
ive got this question
I have created a folder under WEB-INF FOLDER name
Admin Page
under it ive created a jsp file that has form
that is submitted to a servlet

WHEN I HAVE MADE MY JSP FILE AS A WELCOME PAGE
THE PROGRAMS FLOWS CORRECTLY.

THE PROBLEM IS:

WHAT I WANT TO DO IS TO CREATE ANOTHER PAGE THAT WILL
MAKE A LINK TO THE ONE THAT I HAVE CREATED IN ADMINPAGE FOLDER
AS I RUN THE PROGRAM AND WHEN I CLICK THE LINK PAGE ,IT GOES ME THERE,
BUT WHEN I SUBMITTED IT " THE ERROR 404 APPEARS "
IT FAILS TO FIND THE SERVLET


COULD YOU PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS
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melvin corbes
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Joined: Mar 29, 2013
Posts: 2
melvin corbes wrote:hello guys i am new member here Ive got this question
i have created a folder under web-inf folder name “admin page “
under it ive created a jsp file that has form that is submitted to a servlet.

when i have made my jsp file as a welcome page the programs flows correctly.
What i want to do is to create another page that will Make a link to the one that i have created in adminpage folder As i run the program and when i click the link page ,it goes me there, But when i submitted it " the error 404 appears " It fails to find the servlet


Could you please help me with this

i hope its alright bieber
Bear Bibeault
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Bieber? :hunf:
 
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