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Tom Xavier

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I have figured out myself. Please ignore it.
Tahnks anyway.
19 years ago
I have a tomcat4.0 running. I jar all the files in /webapps/ROOT/ as a "abc.war" file and then put it in /webapps/ROOT/demo directory, then I unzip the "abc.war" so all its unziped files are in /webapps/ROOT/demo/.
However, I can only view the html files (for example, hello.html) that are in /webapps/ROOT/demo directory by using "http://localhost:8080/demo/hello.html", but can NOT view any servlet that are in /webapps/ROOT/demo/web-inf/classes/ directory (for example, I can't see "http://localhost:8080/demo/servlet/Hello" although I am sure this servlet class file is correct.
What should I do to view servlets in the WAR file ?
Thanks,
Tom
19 years ago
Thanks for quick response Simon !
I do have JDK1.3 installed. When you said "Tomcat 4.0 should include everything for running servlet/jsp", do you mean that
"jakarta-tomcat-4.0.zip" includes both servelt API and a web server ? I just want to find out whether I need to install a web server separately.
Thanks lot,
Tom
19 years ago
Hello,
I am a servlet/jsp beginner. I have following two questions. If they can be answered I will appreciate it.
1. I have a PC with windows ME, I want to run servlet/jsp on it. I heard I need two things: Tomcat 4.0 API and a web server. I have downloaded the following files from Tomcat:
jakarta-tomcat-4.0.zip and jakarta-tomcat-4.0.exe. Are they just servlet API or do they include the web server part ?
If they do not include any web server, then I have to install a web server. I heard that "IPlanet" and "Apache's Tomcat server"
are good. But it seems they can only be installed on NT/2000, can they be installed on my windows ME ? Overall, what's the best way to download/install for free on the windows ME to make servlet/jsp work ?? I need your help please.
2. I have a Unix platform and it has apache web server plus Jrun. So far basic servlet and jsp codes can work well using it. Now, do you think tag library can work on this environemnt directly or do I need to install/add anything else to make it work ?
Thanks,
Tom

19 years ago