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Peixiao Lin
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Try to practice an example in HFS but failed. In my deployment environment, I created a directory named ch1 under webapps in tomcat. ch1 has subdirectories of WEB-INF and classes. a DD xml file was put in WEB-INF. A simple compiled servlet class file was put in classes and named Ch1Servlet. but I just can not got the servlet through the xml mapping even I try to get it through "http://localhost:8080/ch1/Ch1Servlet". It looks like the web server didn't go though the DD xml. Any suggestions?
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Not much info provided, but I try to help....

make sure:

  • Your "DD" as you say has the name web.xml and placed in WEB-INF directory:


  • Your servlet if belongs to default package exists in WEB-INF/classes directory:



  • The deployment descriptor contains following mapping:



  • Do not forget about Servlet Container's log files - they are your friends




  • regards,
    MZ
     
    Mikalai Zaikin
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    ... and if you wish to read more about Servlet mappings, this page may help.

    regards,
    MZ
     
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