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accessing servlets in j2ee

 
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i had installed j2ee on my machine and it got corrupted .... so i installed it again but this time i had use other name instead of c:/Sun/Appserver...i used c:/Moon/Appserver...but now my servlets are not working which i had made earlier.....
 
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You don't need Sun/Moon Application server to run servlets.

First download Tomcat here and install it in your machine. Then come back we will help you.
 
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