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how to use ssi in servlets using apache web server and jserv

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dear friends,
i would like someone to guide me as how to use server side includes in servlets using apache web server(1.3.12 ver) and jserv.i have got a servlets folder on the server were i kept all my .class files and in the htdocs file i kept my html and shtml files .
the contents of my shtml file is as follows:
<head><title>SHTML test</title></head>
Your IP address is <!--#echo var="REMOTE_ADDR"-->.
This document's filename is <!--#echo var="DOCUMENT_NAME"-->.
The Universal Time Coordinate is <!--#exec cmd="/bin/date --utc"-->.
Running another program makes for an example, but note
that the current time is available like so:
<!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL"-->.
Here I include a footnote.
<!--#include file="footer.html"-->
<servlet code="http://server-ip address/servlets/SimpleServlet">
the contents of servlet is as follows:
import javax.servlet.*;
import javax.servlet.http.*;
public class SimpleServlet extends HttpServlet

public void doGet (
) throws ServletException, IOException
Stringtitle = "Simple Servlet Output";
//String p1=request.getParameter("param");
out = response.getWriter();

out.println("<H1>" + title + "</H1>");
out.println("<P>This is output from SimpleServlet.");
//out.println("check "+p1);
kindly let me know at the earliest.
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