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Hi!
I have a question.
Is it possible to talk to the Servlet Engine without having to go through WebServer?
If so how? Can anyone point me to the resources on that?
Thank You,
 
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Tomcat can serve up html, jpg, and gif files like a web server. But Apache is pretty easy to set up and your pages will be served up faster if you use Apache and Tomcat together.
Here's a good URL about setting up Apache and Tomcat and how to perform basic JSP task.
http://www.sourcereview.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=49
If it requires you to log in then sign up for free and go to the "Java" section. Then look at the "Java Servlet Lessons" thread.
 
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