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running simple jsp

 
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hai

under webapp directory of tomcat5.0 i created myjsp and saved in it myjsp.jsp file after running tomcat and try to access through browser,
iam getting this type of error .


HTTP Status 404 - /myjsp/myjsp.jsp

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

type Status report

message /myjsp/myjsp.jsp

description The requested resource (/myjsp/myjsp.jsp) is not available.


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Apache Tomcat/5.0.30


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Have you created a WEB-INF folder containing a web.xml under the myjsp folder? Have a look at the contents of ROOT folder under the webapps folder for an example.
 
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