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Philip Pross
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Ok guys, I feel even more confuse now then ever. I will try to explain it as simple as I can ....
I'm an NT 4 machine for it to host a web page its under c:\Inet-pub\wwwroot\nnntest.
I have installed TomCat 3.1 under my web server (c:\Inet-pub\wwwroot\nnntest),
my $TOMCAT_HOME$ is c:\Inet-pub\wwwroot\nnntest\jakarta-Tomcat.
And as for my servlet class, its under c:\Inet-pub\wwwroot\nnntest\jakarta-Tomcat\webapps\Root\Web-inf\classes
Does this seem fine for now ?
If I run my servlet alone under my broswer on the NT machine (http//localehost:8080/servlet/MyServlet, it works
My question is if I install all of this correct up to now, how would I go about running an applet that calles this servlet, is there a
certain place I need to place my classes, and html's...
thaks again
 
Roy Ben Ami
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ok html and other static content u put in the root directory. (jsp as well)
servlets , java beans u put in the
web-inf/classes
other jar files (like tag libs) u put in
web-inf/lib
hope it helps
 
Roy Ben Ami
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btw applets go in the class as well
 
Philip Pross
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thanks alot
 
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