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Different ways for Contex

 
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Hai Friends,
m practicing servlets using tomcat4 on windows.
I have created context under webapps folder and modification in server.xml as under

<Context path="/myweb" docBase="webapps/myweb" />
and accessing my servlets using
http://localhost:8080/myweb/servlet/servletname.

I want to know that what are other way to create context in TOMCAT4 ???
 
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"Quick Learner",
Sorry but you've been asked to change your display name a few times. Please see the thread here.

Please do it soon, accounts with invalid display names gete deleted, often without warning.

thanks,
Dave.
 
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You shoud create a web.xml file and place it in your web applications WEB-INF folder. You can then write servlet definitions and mappings in the web.xml file to access your servlet.
 
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