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Hi. I have tomcat tomcat 4.0.1 running on my box. Now I need to start a new project (which include JSP + Servlets + JavaBeans). I have created a new folder (called project) under c:\tomcat\webapps\project Now, How does this folder structure should look like? Or can I just place all my files (jsp+beans+servlets) inside this folder (i don't think so.. ) Do I need to create a new folder inside project called WEB-INF?? thanksssss
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Originally posted by Andres Gonzalez: Do I need to create a new folder inside project called WEB-INF??
Yes. This is the structure I use: webapps --project ----jsp (put your JSPs here or directly under project) ----WEB-INF ------lib (application jar files) ------classes (servlets and java classes) Put your web.xml file under the WEB-INF directory.
Thanks thomas... do you have a particular format for creating the web.xml file? I mean, what is the sintax?, what do I type in?, etc... I'd appreciate if you have any resource so I can read... thanks again