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404 Not Found error

 
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hello everyone..............
The error given below is what i am talking about



**************************************************************************
Not Found
The requested URL /RecruiterRegistration was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/1.3.34 Server at www.healthcareperformanceinstitute.com Port 80
**************************************************************************




What the problem is that i have a page called A.jsp, which when i clicked on the jsp page submit button my control must pass to a Servlet file called B.java.
I have already uploaded the B.class file but the error still shows that the requested file is not found.. Can you tell me why?

Thank you friends
 
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You're not giving us any information to go on.

What URL are you using to submit the form? How is the servlet mapped in the deployment descriptor? Where did you place the servlet class file?

All these details are necessary or your question cannot be considered.
 
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Hello friend

thanks a lot, i have got my answer, you are great, thank you i just miss something to do with web.xml
 
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