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Hi,
I have written my first servlet and I want to see it on the browser.
I created a html called ShowForm.html in the directory
d:/jakarta_tomcat/Webapps/servlets/ShowForm.html

and my Sampleservlet.class and Sampleservlet.Java are under
d:/jakarta_tomcat/Webapps/WEB_INF/Classes/ServletProject

on the browser if I say http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/ServletProject.Sampleservlet
it is working
but, from the HTML when I say
<form
Action =ServletProject.Sampleservlet
Method = Post>
</form>
this is the address it pulled up when I hit submit button
http://localhost:8080/examples/servlets/ServletProject.Sampleservlet
please note the difference between servlets and servlet. How can I change this?
Please help.
Krupa
 
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Try changing the
action="/examples/servlet/yourservlet"
 
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Thanks Beksy,
It worked.
thanks,
Krupa
 
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