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Deploy simple JSP Page

 
Quinton Ramsay
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Hi,
I have taken up a hosting package at my ISP that gives me access to the Tomcat server. I would like to know how to deploy a simple JSP Page. I also have access to the Tomcat Administration Tool and would like to use it.
Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Quinton
 
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Hi Quinton, welcome to the Ranch.
I note that you also posted this question in one of the general Java forums. Please do not cross post questions in this way. Pick a single forum that you feel is best for your post. Don't worry about guessing wrong -- if your post is misplaced, one of us friendly neighborhood bartenders will move it to the right place.
In fact, since this post is rather Tomcat-specific, I'm moving it along to our Tomcat forum.
 
William Brogden
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In a standard Tomcat installation, you just have to put the jsp page in a directory that Tomcat recognizes as being a "web application" - see the JSP examples in webapps\examples or even the webapps\ROOT\index.jsp
This is possible because the default web.xml defines processing for .jsp file types - look at the comments near this:

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