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Tomcat--where are the servlets stored?

 
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Just install my Tomcat...couldn't figure out where the servlets
are stored. Please help!
Sam
 
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check out the readme file for tomcat ......write down this path:
tomcat/examples/servlets
if you still have prob ....then tell me at rax_india@yahoo.com

Originally posted by Sam Zheng:
Just install my Tomcat...couldn't figure out where the servlets
are stored. Please help!
Sam


 
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Hi Sam,
Your servlets go here
\jakarta-tomcat\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\classes
and your Jsp's in here
\jakarta-tomcat\webapps\ROOT
You should set TOMCAT_HOME as well as JAVA_HOME
environment variables to point to the respective home directories
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Nysal
 
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