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How to run a servlet in Websphere Test Environment?

 
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Hi there,
I know this question may sound too basic for some people, but I got stuck when I tried to run a very simple servlet in WebSphere Test Environment (WTE).
In the Workbench of VisualAge for Java (VAJava), I created a very simple servlet in the default package of WTE. There are already 2 servlets there - HelloWorldServlet and TestServlet. They came with installation and they work fine.
However, when I ran my servlet, I got this error message:

The source code of my servlet is:

The computer is an NT 4.0 workstation. I only had VAJava Enterprise Edition v3.5 and its WTE running on it. I turned off WebSphere Application Server v3.5 and Personal Web Server 4.0.
Since the 2 original servlets in the default package work fine, I thought I might have a configuration issue. Do I need to modify any xml file to test my servlets in WTE? Or did I miss something else?
Thank you in advance!
Tony
 
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Right click on the localhost, choose properties and the publishing tab.
Here make sure that the radio button checked is the one next to "publish using file system: and on the drop down select WINNT.
Go doen to the "Webapp web path:" and make sure that this is blank.
Go to "publishing target:" and click on the "targets" button. For html and servlets, put it the path where your localhost is located. Because by default Websphere publishes under a "publish" folder in studio.
I hope that this helps.
 
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Make your class public and it will work
 
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