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Ryan Tracy
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I am new to JSP and I am wondering where to put my form.html page to be submitted to the servlet?
 
Ryan Tracy
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Oh I am using Win 2000 and Allaire JRUN...
 
Brian Nice
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If you have created a new web application in the JRun Management Console, put your html and .jsp pages in that web application's root directory.
If you just want to quickly see if what you have is working, you can put your .html and .jsp pages under the ..\servers\default\default-app\ directory
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Brian
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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