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Running a servlet using Apache Web Server 2.0.47

 
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Hi,
I have downloaded the Apache HTTP Server 2.0.47. Have installed it succesffuly. Iv compiled a java servlet and now i want to run it using the Web Server. How can i achieve this ?
Im not very clear on the JServ Module and whether the Apache server im using has it or not. Could somebody please help me out.
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Chetan
 
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hi Chetan
Your directory structure might be something like this..
"C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache JServ\servlets"
copy the compiled servlet file(.class) to this location & run it like this :
http://localhost/servlets/<servlet-name>
hth
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What you need is a connector. I have used only mod_jk2 that is from Apache Open Source to connect Apache with other web containers (Tomcat in my case). So why don't you have a look at Apache that has proper documentation on how to do that.
 
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