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hi
i am a beginner in servlets .
i am facing a problem that when i type
http://localhost:8080/servlet/myservlet1 in the browser
i donot get the output

the servlet class file is in JavaWebServer2.0\servlet directory

though the examples given in the JavaWebServer2.0\servlet\examples run fine
and also the welcome runs fine with
http://localhost:8080/
kashyap parekh
 
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Is your servlet definied to be in a package in the code?
If so you would need to specify the fully qualified name (including package) within your URL.
I would suggest that you look at Tomcat (jakarta.apache.org/tomcat) for a more up to date web container however.
Cheers
Sam
 
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the servlet i am trying out is a helloworld servlet
there is not compilation error but web i try to call it using the Java Web Server 2.0 the error is 404 - servlet not found error.
please also tell me from where can i get the tomcat server
 
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You can download the tomcat servlet engin from http://jakarta.apache.org
 
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Hi
See that ur servlet class is public and try again..
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the class is a public class coz
i copied the java examples given alng with the server.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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