Hi, I am new to JBoss. I have installed JBoss 3.2.1. I want to run my servlets and jsp in JBoss. please guide me how to do it. I mean is there any classpath to be set? It's urgent. pl help me. I have read the documentation but unable to solve the problem. I know where to place my servlets and jsp (ie.in server/default/deploy/myfolder.war). Regards shishir
Hi Shishir: Could you post the error messages you're getting. Also, have you tested your install by placing a simple standalone jsp in its own folder? Or deployed a known working (downloaded) WAR file? It is unclear whether the problem is (a) with your install (b) with your syntax/files (c) with some backend piece your jsp/servlet files are interacting with. Thanks.
How to deploy servlets in JBoss3.2.3? I am able to deply my jsp. The directory structure which i am following is as follows: server/default/deploy/mydir.war/WEB-INF/classes. in classes folder i save my servlets. In order to run jsp : http://localhost:8080/mydir/myjsp it works fine. when i try to run my servlets: http://localhost:8080/mydir/myservlet or http://localhost:8080/mydir/servlet/myservlet it gives status 404 the requested resource is not available error. I have configured jboss-web.xml <jboss-web> <context-root>/</context-root> </jboss-web> Kindly let me know how to deply my servlets?
Potential problem causers: Have you also configured web.xml with <servlet>...</servlet> & <servlet-mapping>...</servlet-mapping>? Also (I'm sure this is the case) but I'm assuming your compiled servlets are in the classes directory? Aside: I'm a JBoss novice myself, and have found Tomcat easier to configure for JSP/servlet deployment. If you're not using EJBs, have you considered using that instead?
yes, i have configured web.xml and my compiled servlets are in classes directory too. i have tried my hand on tomcat and can easily deploy jsp and servlets in it. but as i have to learn to deploy ejb's i have to learn jboss. thanks shishir
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