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How to run jsp page using apache-tomcat-5.5.27 & jdk 1.5.0

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Please help I am unable to run jsp pages from apache tomcat-5.5.27 using jdk1.5
I have downloded binary code for apache tomcat 5.5.27.I set environment variable named JAVA_HOME,

with value where my jdk1.5.0 was.I also set CLASSPATH with value


ar . I have changed port number from 8080 to 80 in the file server.xml under folder conf.

I have uncommented these codes in web.xml file under conf folder.
</servlet-mapping>I made

</servlet>a folder suppose name ak in folder webapps under apache-tomcat-5.5.27. then in this

folder i put jsp file as Hello.jsp and copy WEB-INF file from root folder to folder name ak.after

this I started apache tomcat server.then I typed http:\\localhost\ak\Hello.jsp. Error required

page not found is coming.

I also made user name amit and add these code in file tomcat-users.xml file under folder name

<user username="amit" password="amit" roles="admin,manager"/>
I again run apache server. and tyeped http:\\localhost\index.jsp
welcome page is opeing. I login in manager login window using name amit and password amit
all applications are folder named ak also appears when I click it again welcome page

appears or error my jsp file Hello.jsp does not appear please help me. I have tried much but I am

not getting my jsp pages run.
[ October 26, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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What kind of error code are you getting. Is it generated by Tomcat or by your browser?

Check firewalls. Your computer may have a firewall installed. You will have to make sure that port 80 is opened.
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Here is Answer for running jsp page using apache-tomcat-5.5.27 & jdk 1.5.0" and can also be run in 1.6 :

Save your JSP file in path - C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\jsp-examples\jsp2
And then in browser type URL as :


You will surely see your o\p now...

See its so easy...just try it....

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