Sushama

I dump all my servlets in one directory and don't mess
with the web.xml file.

Look in your server.xml file for the ROOT context line and
replace it with this:

<Context docBase="webapps/ROOT" path="" reloadable="false" />

Put all your servlets in /www/YourWebserver/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/classes

Thanx, PLA

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Hi,

I am trying to configure Tomcat for Apache on V5R1. I have been successful
in running some JSPs but I am unable to understand how the servlets work. I
used the tutorial given in IBM HTTP Server Documentation Center. I see that
there is a Web.Xml that has the name of the Servlet I want to run but I am
not able to change it to run my servlets. If I go thru the configuration and
give the name of my Servlet, I am successful but that does only one Servlet
at a time. Basically I am not able to figure out how to create and run
servlets in Tomcat. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
Sushama
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