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Gayathri Prasad
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Joined: Jun 25, 2003
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Hello,
I am deploying a webapplication of mine and I am unable to do it and the details are as given....
I created a folder in the webapps folder by the name MyServlets and
Tomcat_Home\webapps\MyServlet
Tomcat_Home\webapps\MyServlet\WEB-INF
Tomcat_Home\webapps\MyServlet\WEB-INF\classes
Tomcat_Home\webapps\MyServlet\WEB-INF\lib
In my WEB-INF the web.xml descriptor is saved and in the MyServlets folder I stored the login.jsp which would in turn call the login.jsp which is stored in classes folder
From the JSP I am calling the servlet as <form name="loginForm" method="post" action="servlet/login">
I am able to get the Jsp but when I am pressing the Submit button The tomcat results in 404 error
Please help me.

Gaya3
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