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Servlets Not Deployed in a Web Application

 
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I'm studying for the Sun Web Component Developer exam and in Section SRV3.2 of the Servlet specification, it states:
Servlets in a container that were not deployed as part of a web application are implicitly part of a "default" web application and have a default ServletContext.
How does one deploy a servlet without it being a part of a web application?
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Not too sure of the answer but don't lose any sleep over it, it's not on the exam
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